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THE UNIVERSITY 

OF ILLINOIS 

LIBRARY 



REPORT 



ON THE 



PROGRESS AND CONDITION 



OF THE 



ILLINOIS 

State Museum of Natural History 

For the Years 1909 and 1910 

In Three Parts 

BY 

A. R. CROOK, Ph. D., Curator 



A State Institution for the People. 
For Education, 
For Science, 
For Business. 



Springfield, Illinois 
June, 1911 



Springfield, III. 

Illinois State Journal Co.,, State Printers 

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AMERICAN RED DEER. VIRGINIA DEER. 



Otlontocoelus Americanus. 



WINTER PELAGE. 



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When the trees have lost their leaves and the earth is robed in white, the 
red coat of the deer changes to yellowish grey with white spots beneath that 
seem like reflections of the snow. 

No longer can the deer feed upon water lilies and other plants in the 
lakes, nor upon grass and fresh leaves, but must content themselves with 
' twigs, berries and such lichens as are not too deeply buried. 

The terrible battles which in the autumn the bucks waged with each other, 
-" . their horns often becoming so interlocked that both combatants miserably 
operished from starvation, have ceased. 

The bucks still retain their horns for defense against other foes and still 
display much of the haughty carriage so characteristic of the autumn days. 

Both buck, and doe, and fawn are in fine condition. When alarmed they 
flee with marvelous bounds at wonderful speed. But alas their agility has 
not enabled them to escape extermination from the fields and forests of 
Illinois. 

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CONTENTS. 



PART I. 

Page. 

Trustees and staff V 

Letter of transmittal VI 

Q rowth of the museum : 1 

Increase in the collections 3 

Financial statement ". . 4 

Disposition of funds 5 

Administration 5 

Library 

Cataloging museum collections (1 

E xchanges ■ (i 

Bird groups 6 

Lecture course 7 

Addresses by Curator 8 

Attendance 9 

Some things accomplished by the museum 9 

Some work to be accomplished as soon as possible 9 

The museum and the public schools 10 

Growth of central museum 10 

A new building 12 

Data concerning State museums 13 

Data concerning some leading museums not State museums 13 

Statement presented to Legislature Jan. 20, 1911 14 

Extracts from letters written in behalf of new museum building 10 

Minutes of meeting in behalf of new building 24 

The proposed State Education building : 20 

Free public museums 29 

Diamond drill cores from Divernon 30 

Gifts received in 1909 and 1910 33 

Miscellaneous gifts. Donor not known 38 

Accessions by purchase 1909-1 910 39 

Number of specimens in museum 42 

List of mammals , 43 

Geographical distribution of rocks and minerals from Illinois 40 

Publications 51 

Index 554 



PART IT. 

Dictionary Catalog of Classified Portion of Museum Library, May 1, 1911 r,2 



PART III. 

List of Fossils on Exhibition in the Illinois State Museum of Natural History 44G 



MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY. 

STATE OF ILLINOIS, 

SPRINGFIELD. 



BOARD OF TRUSTEES. 



('has. S. Deneen, Governor. 

James A. Rose, Secretary of State. 

Francis 0. Blair, Supi. of Public Instruction. 



MUSEUM STAFF. 



A. R. Crook, Curator. 
Miss Fannie Fisher, Assistant Curator 



LETTER OF TRANSMITTAL. 



Springfield, III,. June 1, 1911. 
To the Honorable Board of Trustees Illinois State Museum of Natural 
History, Springfield, Illinois: 

Gentlemen — 1 beg to submit herewith my report as Curator of the 
'State Museum of Natural History for the years 1909 and 1910. 

Yours very respectfully, 

A. E. Crook, 

Curator. 



REPORT ON THE PROGRESS AND CONDITION 

OF THE ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM OF 

NATURAL HISTORY FOR THE 

YEARS 1909 AND 1910. 



By A. R. Crook, Curator. 



Part I. General Report. 

Part II. Dictionary Catalog of Museum Library. 

Part III. Catalog of Fossils on Exhibition. 



PART I— GENERAL REPORT. 

Growth of the Museum 

It is a pleasure to report the advancement made by the museum within 
the last two }<ears, an advancement equal to, if not greater than that of 
any biennium for many years past. Established in 1851/ the museum ex- 
perienced a rapid growth for seven years during the pioneer work of Dr. 
Norwood and of his assistants Varner and Worthen. Then for seventeen 
years under Dr. Worthen, large quantities of material, geological chiefly, 
were added to it. 

For two years (1875-1877) it passed through a period of suspended 
animation, being without recognition in the financial budget and with- 
out an officer in charge. In 1877 it was again recognized by the passage 
of a billf establishing a "State Historical Library and Natural History 
Museum." For twelve years the two institutions developed together, 
until in 1889 the Historical Library was separated from the museum. 
Though known now as the Natural History Museum only, it has more 
books in its keeping than when existing under the double name of 
library and museum. 



* The existence of the Illinois State Museum of Natural History, may be said to begin with the enact- 
ment of a law in February, 1851, establishing a State Geological Survey. The 4th section of the law reads: 
"It shall be the duty of said geologist to procure and preserve a full and entire suit of the different speci- 
mens found in the State and cause them to be delivered to the Secretary of State, who shall cause them 
to be properly arranged in a cabinet, and deposited in some apartment in, or convenient to, the capitol. 
Said suit shall be sufficiently large to furnish specimens to all institutions of learning within the State, 
empowered to confer degrees in the arts and sciences." 

t Laws of Illinois 1877, p. 15. 



Space for exhibition and for work has been increased materially, 
thanks to Governor Deneen and to Adjutant-General Dickson,** who 
turned over for the use of the museum a room 31x65 feet in size, and a 
hall 17x47 feet in size, so that the museum now occupies all of the 
second floor front of the Arsenal. Together with the library room, 
which was added two years ago, space at the disposal of the museum has 
been more than doubled in the last two years. This is progress in the 
right direction, though falling far short of the needs of the institution. 
In a community of six million people, quite generally prosperous and 
intelligent, a museum should be of a certain size and quality and con- 
tain certain materials to measure up to the standard which might rea- 
sonably be expected of it. 

The number of specimens has been slightly increased by gifts and 
purchases. The working library has materially increased. The use 
which the public makes of the museum by personal visits, by corres- 
pondence and otherwise, has shown a healthy growth. The number of 
people who use the museum is somewhat surprising in view of several 
unattractive features of its present condition and surroundings. Such 
use, in spite of untoward conditions, in a measure indicates the need for 
such an institution. 

Attention may therefore be called to a general advance in all things 
connected with the institution — increase in space, addition of specimens, 
books and furnishings, growth in interest among people who come to 
use the exhibits either for amusement, instruction or for particular 
information. 

It is being more widely realized that this institution is not a place 
for curios — fewer people are looking for the double-headed chicken or 
snake, for pathological conditions, for monstrosities. They are coming 
to know the museum as a place for natural history rather than for un- 
natural. It is a storehouse of knowledge just as is a library, but here 
the objects preserved and exhibited represent the original source of 
much knowledge and are thus useful for the scholar as well as for the 
ignorant man or the child unable to read. Facts which could be seized 
only after much reading, can often be seen at a glance — facts about a 
flower or an animal, the soil or the solid rock, facts which concern 'the 
commercial prosperity or the physical or psychical welfare of the people. 

The inhabitants of the State are confronted by problems of many 
sorts due to increased complexity of life, to the exhaustion of the soil, 
lo the influx of many peoples, to the alarming additions to the physically, 
mentally, morally sick in the State hospitals. Such problems can be 
solved by an educated and intelligent people only. A well conducted 
museum may he an efficient means of aiding such an education and in 
solving such problems. lis efficiency in ibis regard is little appreciated 
by those who conceive of ii — as in former days it too often was — as a 
musty, dusty, drab collect ion of antiquities <>r an assemblage of curios or 
monstrosities. Ii is today and should increasingly become a striking and 
concrete presentation <>\' the Datura] wealth of the State, of man's conquest 

■ Hi;ink the A.djutan1 General for the promptness, uniform courtesy, and 

;;enero ity with which be ha handled the various jituations arising from the fad thai the Museum is 
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over nature, of the treasures which he wrests from earth and water and 
air, of the foes which assail him and his means of vanquishing them, of 
the materials which are at hand and the means which he may employ 
to avoid danger, to provide more readily for present wants and future 
needs and to live more serenely. 

Increase in the Collections. 

No special effort has been made to increase the collections, since it is 
not now possible to care for such as are already in the museum. Still, 
there has been a gradual enlargement as the result of a few necessary 
purchases and because of numerous gifts. 

A number of valuable gifts have been received. Other collections 
have been promised, and still others only hinted at by the owners. The 
total value of gifts and possibilities mentioned with less or greater de- 
finiteness, amounts to thirty thousand dollars in money value, and con- 
veys some idea of what might be expected were the museum equipped 
with a suitable building. 

The most valuable single gift made was that of a forestry exhibit of 
the State of Illinois, made by the Board of Trustees of the Field Museum, 
upon the recommendation of the Curator of the Department of Botany, 
Dr. C. F. Millspaugh, and with the approval of the Director, Mr. F. J. 
V. Skiff. 

The exhibit contains several hundred logs from two to five feet long, 
and from six inches to two feet in diameter, showing the bark, a longti- 
tudinal, a transverse and a diagonal section of practically every kind 
of a tree which grows in Illinois. All have been prepared by good dend- 
rologists, and represent an extensive amount of labor. The travel 
necessary to find the trees, the expense of obtaining permission to cut 
them, the work of felling each tree, rough shaping it, preparing the 
most favorable cut, and finally the work of proper classification, all 
represent considerable outlay such as would require the expenditure of 
several thousands of dollars. 

A gentleman who for years has been collecting flints, arrow heads, 
knives, spades, tomahawks, stone axes and other implements showing 
the skill of the aborigines of this and neighboring states, and who has 
a collection worth several thousand dollars and unsurpassed in this part 
of the State, has promised his collection to the State on the condition 
that it be housed in a fire-proof building. 

Collections of butterflies, of beetles and of minerals have been offered 
by various collectors. These, and other collections, may be saved to the 
State when a place is provided for their safe-keeping. 

In spite of the adage about looking a gift horse in the mouth, gifts 
should not be received when accompanied with restrictions that would 
injure their usefulness. A well ordered natural history museum is not 
a monument to any one man, and more especially if it belongs to the 
State. When a collection is offered with the condition that it be kept 



together as a unit, its reception is demurred, because a natural history 
collection grouped along personal, rather than scientific lines, is dis- 
jointed and almost valueless. If a visitor in a museum wishes to study 
an amethyst for example, he would be handicapped in having to look for 
an amethyst in the Jones collection, then having to go to the Brown 
collection and so forth. The amethysts should be put together in the 
place where they belong, because of their relation to quartz, to the 
oxides, to the mineral kingdom. A grosbeck is usually studied in order 
that it may be recognized in the field and in order that its habits may 
be known. It is not generally interesting because Johnnie Johnson 
killed it. Donors oftimes fail to realize that the acceptance of a gift 
involves the assumption of a burden and an expense. The housing and 
maintenance of collections is costly. Booms are worth a certain sum 
for rental, new buildings require a vast outlay. Heat, light, cleaning, 
classification, protection, all cost. Consequently when a museum ac- 
cepts gifts, agreeing thereby to perpetually care for them to the advant- 
age of the public, it gives as much as it receives. 

The policy at this museum is to properly acknowledge the gift, to 
record it, to connect the name of the donor to it and then to place it 
in the group to which it belongs because of its intrinsic nature and not 
because of some fortuitous circumstance in connection with its acquisi- 
tion. 

The interest of the people in the museum is in a manner indicated 
by the continuous stream of offers of gifts. The curator of such an 
institution at certain times of the year is approached in season and 
out, during office hours, at meal time, at night, on Sundays, by friends 
who have found "a curious butterfly, the only one I ever saw," or "a 
wonderful worm" or "a strange beetle." The finder wishes to donate 
it to the museum. Birds and animals and minerals or rocks are brought 
in or reported by telephone. While this interest and generosity is 
commendable on the part of the friends, acceptance of these gifts is for 
the most part impracticable since the preparation and care of these 
isolated specimens would require a greater expenditure of time than 
the specimen is worth. 

But the generosity of the public in this regard is appreciated and 
sometimes results in advantage to the museum. A list of gifts received 
i^ given on pages 33-38. 

Financial Statement. 

An estimate of the minimum sums needed to accomplish certain work 
such as obtaining specimens that would otherwise be lost to the State, 
filling certain gaps in the collection, lighting exhibits, making repairs 
in old cases and adding new ones, purchasing books for the library, 
carrying on the work of I lie office and paying adequate salaries, was sub- 



mitted to the appropriation committee of the Legislature. Below is 
a statement of the sums asked and those granted for the two years 
ending July 1, 1911 : 



Amount 
requested. 



Amount 
granted. 



For "purchase of specimens, books, etc 

For purchase of cases, repairs, etc 

For office expenses 

For employment of taxidermist 

For salaries 



Total. 



$ 4,000 00 
3,000 00 
2,000 00 



$1,500 00 



10,080 00 



1,200 00 
1,200 00 
9,000 00 



$19,080 00 



$12,900 00 



That the total granted, namely $6,450.00 per annum, is inadequate, 
may be better appreciated when comparison is made with other similar 
institutions in different parts of the country. Many city museums 
which are designed to minister to their immediate municipalities rather 
than to a State nearly four hundred miles long and two hundred miles 
wide with a population of six million, spend five times the amount 
available for the museum. For the Milwaukee Public Museum in 1909 
there was available $30,996.00, for the Chicago Academy of Science 
a like §um. The Carnegie Museum at Pittsburgh expended $63,000.00, 
the Field Museum, Chicago, $198,472.00, the American Museum, New 
York, $367,488.55, while the National Museum at Washington last year 
spent with wonderful results, the magnificent sum of $565,500.00. 

APPROXIMATE DISPOSITION OF FUNDS FROM JULY 1, 1909, TO 
APRIL 1, 1911. 

Books and Cases Fund $1, 358 08 

Taxidermist Fund 1, 249 15 

Office Fund— 

For employment of janitor, carpenter, stenographer, etc 458 63 

For supplies 226 29 

For specimens 1 71 25 

For traveling expenses 153 13 

For telephone 85 70 

For postage 75 00 



Administration. 

Communications, both written and oral have received prompt atten- 
tion. Their nature varies somewhat with the season. During summer 
months insect life attracts the attention of the public and requests for 
classification and description of the life history of insects are numerous. 
In fall and winter the mineral world receives more notice. In the spring 
birds arouse curiosity. A somewhat regular application is made for 
information relative to the clay industry, and to a lesser degree in- 
quiries are made concerning building stone, abrasives, coal, gas and oil. 
Buyers and sellers of farm and other lands, not only in the State but 
in various parts of the country, wish to consult soil maps, topograph- 
ical maps, State Geological reports, U. S. Geological reports, and Agri- 
cultural reports. The library is used by teachers and by many other 
people who are interested in natural history. In the library are books 
not found elsewhere in the State outside of the city of Chicago. 



Library. 

Work in the library has progressed steadily. The Dewey system of 
classification has been adopted. All bound volumes have been acces- 
sioned and the number is found to amount to 3822. All pamphlets have 
been classified, and many of them bound. Both shelf lists and a dic- 
tionary card catalog have been written, bringing the total of cards some- 
what above 22,000 in number. Several hundred dollars worth of books 
have been added. Altogether, the library is in an accessible condition. 
Its usefulness would be greatly increased if a librarian were employed 
to care for the constant additions made by purchase and by the large 
number of exchanges that arrive each month. The very rapidity of its 
growth, which is a reason for felicitation, is alone a burden, one that 
proves to be almost beyond the strength of the present office force, 
in-as-much as if it added to the other more typical museum duties. 

Cataloging the Museum Collections. 

During the last two years a card catalog of all museum specimens 
on exhibition has been prepared in order that ready response may be 
made to numerous requests for the loan of specimens, which come from 
men of science who are preparing monographs on various species, or 
other scientific papers. This catalog makes possible the immediate loca- 
tion of any specimen in the collection. About 10,000 cards have been 
written, giving name, geographical and geological origin and locations 
in the collections. 

Exchanges. 

As soon as possible it is proposed to classify the large amount of 
duplicate material in storage and use it as a basis of exchange for other 
specimens which are needed to fill up gaps in the collections and to 
represent certain chapters in the natural history of the State. 

Exchanges of publications have been conducted with various libraries, 
scientific societies and other learned institutions. The museum still 
reaps the benefit of the literary activity of the old geological survey, and 
it is hoped that in the near future that activity may, in a measure be 
renewed.. 

Bird Groups. 

Six groups of birds have been prepared and placed on exhibition. 
Each group shows the male and female, their nest and eggs, the kind 
of tree and the character of the surroundings. The birds selected are 
the robin, cat bird, Baltimore oriole, blue jay, sparrow hawk and owl. 
The aests of these birds were obtained and the tree branches or the 
trunk of the tree itself cut down. 

A photograph of the surrounding country was enlarged upon ground 
glass and colored in permanenl colors. The birds are placed in front of 
this transparency upon natural branches. The leaves are made of wax 
for greater permanence. Each group forms a beautiful picture, free 
from incongruous surroundings or improbable combinations. It is 
trustworthy and ai the same time pleasing to the eye. 



Julius Friesser did the taxidermist work. Mr. Menke made the trans- 
parencies which are 27x34 inches in size. Miss Charlotte Pinkerton 
colored the transparencies. The coloring is done with exquisite taste. 
The total effect of the group is so striking as to make a lasting impres- 
sion on the observer. Each one gives pleasure such as that experienced 
in a picture gallery, as well as scientific information. 

The chief kinds of reptiles, birds and mammals found in the State 
should be collected, preserved and exhibited in this manner. While 
materials for study and synoptic collections may be preserved in drawers 
and mounted in a formal manner, numerous picturesque exhibits should 
be made to instruct and interest the general public. Nature is beautiful, 
artistic, pleasing. The museum should not present her in an unattrac- 
tive garb and hideous form. 

Lecture Course, 
During the winter of 1909 it was not possible to conduct the lecture 
course of free illustrated popular lectures on natural history and travel 
because of lack of funds. But by making an extra effort and after some 
sacrifice, the course was resumed in the winter of 1910, when on six 
consecutive Friday evenings lectures were given as follows: 

Nov. 11. "How the Earth is Known to he Millions of Years Old." Wm. M. 
Davis, Ph.D., Prof, of Geology, Harvard University, Boston. 

Nov. 18. "An Ascent of Mt. Blanc." A. R. Crook, Ph.D., Curator Illinois 
State Museum, Springfield. 

Nov. 25. "Botanizing "in the Tropics." William Trelease, LL.D., Director 
Missouri Botanical Garden, St. Louis. 

Dec. 2. "Big Game of Alaska." Wilfred H. Osgood, Ass't Curator 
Mammalogy and Ornithology, Field Museum, Chicago. 

Dec. 9. "Photographic Revelations in Astronomy." Edward E. Barnard, 
LL.D., Prof. Practical Astronomy, Chicago, and Astronomer Yerkes Observa- 
tory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin. 

Dec. 16. "Yellowstone National Park." Charles Truax, Truax, Greene and 
Company, Chicago. 

The gentlemen who gave the lectures have placed the museum and the 
public under obligation to them. They made no charge for their ser- 
vices and the curator takes' this opportunity to thank them for their 
generosity. Their kindness was greatly appreciated by the community. 
The attendance at the lectures was an index of the appreciation of the 
public, the audiences varying between eight hundred and sixteen hundred 
at the different lectures. The pleasure and profit of the course were 
marred by one difficulty only, and that is the poor accoustic properties 
of the large hall which makes it well nigh impossible for the speakers 
to be clearly heard. 

The following facts concerning the lecturers may be of interest: 
The first lecture was given by Wm. M. Davis, professor of geology in 
Harvard University. Dr. Davis has been a member of the U. S. Geo- 
logical Survey since 1890. He is an associate editor of "Science" and 
the "American Journal of Science" and advisor of the geological re- 
search of the Carnegie institution. In 1903 he went as physiographer in 
Pumpelly's Carnegie Institution Expedition to Turkestan and brought 
back contributions to the knowledge of the physiography and geology of 
that remote and inaccessible country. In 1905 he visited South Africa, 



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and at Cape Town received the honorary degree of Doctor of Science 
from the university there. He is a member of the Xational Academy, 
has acted as president or other officer in the American Association, in 
the Geological Society, in the Geographical Association, in the National 
Geographic Society — all American organizations. He is a member of 
the London Geological Society, the Eoyal Geographical Society, the 
Edinburg Geological Society, the Munich Geologische Gesellschaft, the 
Berlin Gesellschaft fur Erdkunde, Vienna K. K. Geog. Gesell., Soc. 
Geog. de Paris and also of similar societies in Sweden and Eussia. 

The second lecture was given by A. R. Crook. 

The third lecture was given by Dr. William Ttelease, director of the 
Missouri Botanical Gardens at St. Louis, and one of the leading botan- 
ists of the country. He has been connected with Cornell University, the 
University of Wisconsin, John Hopkins University, Washington Uni- 
versity, St. Louis, and has made the name of the Missouri Botanical 
Garden known the world over. He too is a member of leading scientific 
societies, and in his travels, he has met with varied and interesting 
experiences. 

The fourth lecture was given by Wilfred H. Osgood, now assistant 
curator of Mammalogy at the Field Museum, who for ten years has had 
charge of the U. S. Government Biological Survey in Alaska, and while 
there, had many remarkable experiences. He is an author of repute and 
an investigator who has added materially to zoological knowledge. He 
wrote the zoological definitions in the last edition of Webster's dictionary. 

The lecture on astronomy was presented by Prof. Edward E. Barnard, 
astronomer at the Yerkes Observatory, Williams Bay, Wisconsin, and 
professor of practical astronomy at the University of Chicago. As is 
well known, Yerkes Observatory has become famous because of the 
remarkable series of astronomical photographs which have been taken 
there within the last few years. These photographs are of such size and 
distinctness as to give a better idea of the heavens than it has hereto- 
fore been possible to obtain with the eye alone, however powerful the 
telescope used. The lecturer showed splendid photographs of the moon, 
sun, planets, comet, meteors, the milky way, star clusters and nebulse. 
Professor Barnard's work has been rewarded by recognition from leading 
societies of most of the European countries. 

"Yellowstone National Park" was described by Mr. Charles Truax, 
of the firm of Truax, Greene and Co., of Chicago. Mr. Ttuax has one 
of the most beautiful series of slides illustrating our most picturesque 
park, that it is possible to bring together. He is a traveler or note, and 
;m interesting speaker. 

SOME ADDRESSES BY CURATOR. 

Young Men's Christian Association, Sept. 26, 1909. 
Chamber of Commerce, Dec. 7, 1909. 
Douglas Avenue Church, Dec. 14, 1909. 
Laurel Street Church, April 7, 1910. 
Salisbury Commencement, April 29, 1910. 
First M. E. Church, Sept. 24, 1910. 

Chamber of Commerce, Chattanooga, Tenn., Oct. 20, 1910. 
Chattanooga University, Oct. 21, 1910. 
An Asronl of Ml. Ulane," Chattanooga, Teran., Oct. 24, 1910. 



Twelve Talks in Public Schools, Springfield, October, 1910. 

"Moscow to Siberia," Boy's Club, Springfield, Oct. 29, 1910. 

"An Ascent of Mt. Blanc," Museum Lecture Course, Nov. 18, 1910. 

"The World's Constitution," First Presbyterian Church, Jan. 16, 1911. 

"The World's Constitution," Ridgely School, Jan. 20, 1911. 

"Fossils and Fossilization," Springfield High School, Jan. 19, 1911. 

"As Ascent of Mt. Blanc," Glenarm, Feb. 11, 1911. 

"An Ascent of Mt. Blanc," St. Paul's Club, Springfield, March 10, 1911. 

Grace Church, Jacksonville, March 14, 1911. 

Attendance. 

The number of visitors at the museum from Oct. 1, 1909 to Oct. 1, 
1910, was obtained with a counting machine somewhat accurately. The 
man who kept tally was absent one hour daily and occasionally at other 
times, hence the record falls below the actual figures, but is sufficiently 
accurate to give an idea of the attendance. 31,516 visitors were counted. 
The period of maximum attendance was during ''Fair Week" in October, 
1909, when 11,143 people visited the museum within five days. This 
number was exceeded during "Fair Week" October, 1910, by several 
thousand, when the attendance ran up to 16,430 during the five days. 
The attendance this year has increased generally and will easily amount 
to 50,000 during the year. When the museum reaches a condition of 
excellence, which alone should be satisfactory to those in charge, the at- 
tendance will be doubled arid its usefulness greatly increased. 

The majority of visitors are not citizens of Springfield, but come 
from the surrounding country and towns within a radius of one hundred 
or one hundred and fifty miles. 

Some Things Accomplished by the Museum. 

1. Bureau of information accessible by mail, telephone, personal in- 
terviews for facts of geological, zoological, botanical and anthropological 
nature. 

2. For non-reading public, museum one of greatest factors in pro- 
moting conservation of natural resources. Hence welfare dependent 
upon it. 

3. Furnishes contributions to the knowledge of the world. 

4. Connects State government with outside world through interna- 
tional exchanges. 

Some Work to Be Accomplished as Soon as Possible. 

Besides the great main work of collecting, preparing and preserving 
the natural history objects of value in the State, studying, naming and 
classifying them, the following seven kinds of special work should be 
performed : 

1. Exhibits should be prepared showing applications of science to 
human life. 

2. Complete exhibits of rocks, building stones of the State, clays, 
abrasives, fictile materials, oils, coals, soils, destructive insects, mammals 
various forms of vegatation should be prepared. 



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3. Exhibits should be renewed as is the stock of a modern successful 
store. 

4. Eotary exhibits should be prepared. 

5. Permanent school exhibits. 

6. Materials should be better protected from injury by vandals. 

7. Materials should be better protected from fire and falling water. 

The Museum and the Public School. 

The State Museum at the earliest possible moment, should become 
the center of all museum matters in the State. It should be the store- 
house to which loyal and public spirited citizens would send natural 
history objects from all parts of the State in order that they be pre- 
served for the people. On the other hand, the museum should be in a 
position to supply properly prepared exhibitions for all sections. Every 
one of the more than thirteen thousand public schools of the State, 
should be supplied with collections, both practical, scientific and ar- 
tistic, which should in epitome represent the natural resources of the 
State. Each collection w T ould be an encyclopedia of information. It is 
a fact that 75 per cent of what we learn comes through the eye and 
that children especially learn most readily from seeing objects. One of 
these collections would be a liberal education for multitudes of little 
people in the country districts who have srnall chance of travel or of 
seeing things outside of their immediate neighborhood. 

The writer has a plan whereby these collections could be prepared at 
a minimum expense — a cost of about one fifth of that charged by any 
person or company in the business of preparing natural history exhibits. 

Growth of Central Museum. 

In order that work of distribution be economically and effectually con- 
ducted, it is necessary first to have a central museum where specimens 
may be assembled, prepared and classified. This requires working space 
and ample exhibitional space. Each of the many departments which 
compose the natural history world, are worthy of recognition. A room 
of good dimensions, say on the average 40 by 60 feet, should be devoted 
to each department. Eoom No. 1, would be occupied by the department 
of mineralogy, a general collection illustrating the mineral kingdom 
with a few good samples of each of the common species composing a 
synoptic collection. Another collection would represent various physical 
properties — color, luster, hardness, specific gravity, crystal form, optical 
properties, etc. Another collection would represent specifically the miner- 
alogy of the State and finally a county collection. 

Room No. 2, would be given over to the department of petrology, and 
in it all the various rocks ol the State would be exhibited after the 
genera] topic of petrology had been presented in a way to afford a com- 
prehensive view of the subject. 

General geology would occupy Room No. 3. Mountain building, for- 
mation of plains, and prairies, the cutting of rivers, the action of ice, 
the cause of earthquakes and many other interesting geological forces 



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would be exhibited in such a way as to illustrate the geological history 
of Illinois. No department in the institution would be more interesting 
and instructive than this. 

Economic geology could well be given Eoom No. 4. Here the clays 
of the State— of which $12,000,000.00 worth were produced last year- 
could be placed on exhibition. An analysis of each clay would accompany 
the different samples. Its geographical and geological position and 
method of digging would be indicated. Samples of the various wares 
into which it has been made, would be shown. The work of investigation 
done at the State University Department of Ceramics, could to advantage 
be exhibited here. Clay is but one of fifty different minerals which 
have an economic value and whose usefulness could be increased by ex- 
hibition in this department. 

Room No. 5 would be devoted to mining geology showing samples of 
all the various coals, from 15 different beds and from many counties. 
Samples of fluorite, zinc, lead, oil, etc., with section of strata penetrated 
in mining them, samples of machinery employed, models of mine sec- 
tions, mining machinery, etc. 

Agricultural geology in Eoom No. 6, would contain soil maps of 
State and individual counties, specimens of mineral fertilizers, etc. The 
present condition of soils, their mode of formation, their decay and de- 
struction would all be exhibited. 

Eoom No. 7 could be given to invertebrate paleontology and because 
of the large number of invertebrates and the wealth of material, the 
space devoted to it could be double the size of that of the other rooms. 

Vertebrate paleontology would occupy Eoom No. 8, and would prove 
one of the most attractive and instructive departments of the museum, 
if a good synoptic collection were included to illustrate the rather frag- 
mentary vertebrate paleontology of the State. 

In rooms 9, 10 and 11 would be placed the invertebrate and verte- 
brate zoological specimens. While there is yet opportunity it is the part 
of wisdom to collect samples of the vanishing wild mammals, birds and 
reptiles and to preserve all forms necessary to present a complete picture 
of the fauna of the State, within the past one hundred years. 

Botany could occupy one or two rooms, especially if one room were 
devoted to dendrology. This would account for rooms 12 and 13. 

Eoom 14 would be filled with flint implements, such as crude imple- 
ments, knives, tomahawks, axes, hoes, etc., with boats, tepees, life sized 
models of the aborignes and all those things which have been received 
and collected to show how the early inhabitants of the country lived and 
worked. 

Eoom 15 would be used as a laboratory and work room. 

In rooms 16 and 17 supplies could be received and stored. 

Eoom 18 would contain the library, and, finally rooms 19 and 20 
would be set aside for lectures, conference and office of administration. 

The total space would amount to about 50,000 square feet and 
would be provided by a building about 100x125 feet in size, having three 
stories and a basement. 



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A New Building. 

A museum is a storehouse of many cases and many boxes, whose pre- 
vailing dimensions are 12 feet long or sections of that length and 2, 4, 
6 or 8 feet wide. The cases .are glazed and in all portions of the halls, 
save around the walls, have glass tops. They present a large surface, 
which daily must be cleaned of dust and which inevitably presents 
numerous cracks which must be guarded from dust. 

The best lighting for the majority of exhibits is side rather than over- 
head lighting, and is most satisfactory when the long axes of the halls 
run north and south. In the erection of a museum building, the first 
consideration should be fitness and availability and the second con- 
sideration should be architectural effect. 

Fire is the greatest foe to be feared by those responsible for the safe- 
keeping of museum materials. Records, both natural and humanistic, 
have a value which increases with the passing years. And in addition 
to the obligations which we owe to our contemporaries are those due the 
many generations which follow us. In our keeping are treasures which 
they will value highly, and which we alone can save for them, simply by 
the exercise of reasonable foresight and care. The State Museum has 
been burnt out once — fortunately that was at a time when it was less 
rich in material than at present. Many other museums have been burnt 
out. Some are being destroyed today, and others will be. Illinois should 
not need to be warned by such losses as that which occurred by the de- 
struction of the State House at Columbia, Mo., or the burning of the 
New York Capitol at Albany, both within a short time of each other in 
the spring of 1911. In the Illinois State Museum are many type speci- 
mens which could not be replaced. In addition to that, the materials 
collected represent a money value of more than $100,000.00. Because 
of the combustible nature of many of the exhibits, a sprinkle system 'or 
other fire extinguisher should be installed. 

The next great enemy of a museum is dust, hence it is desirable that 
the building be surrounded by trees and grass and not erected directly 
upon a street which is a dusty thoroughfare. 

Basement and first floors should be made of cement with top dressing 
of paraffin and second floor should be covered with linoleum. The third 
floor could be finished with hard pine. Stairways leading from first to 
other floors should be impressive as well as artistic and so situated as 
to attract the attention of the visitor upon entering the building. 

Closets and workrooms for the janitors should be ample in size and 
well lighted. There are a few minor details ordinarily overlooked by 
architects, but which contribute greatly to the usefulness of a building 
for museum purposes. 



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DATA CONCERNING STATE MUSEUMS. 

Below are some figures showing location, date of erection, cost, annual 
expenditures and floor space of several state museums : 



State. 



City. 



Hall. 



Year 
erected. 



Cost. 



Number 

square 

feet. 



Main- 
tenance. 



Alabama . 
Arkansas . 
Colorado . . 
Georgia... 

Ulindis 

Indiana . . . 

Iowa 

Kansas . . . 
Kansas . . . 
Kentucky 
Louisiana. 
Montana . . 
Nebraska . 



New Jersey 

New York". 

North Carolina. 
Ohio 

Pennsylvania . . 
Pennsylvania.. 
Washington . . . 



Tuscaloosa... 
Fayetteville . 

^Denver 

Atlanta 

Springfield... 
Indianapolis . 
DesMoines . . . 

Lawrence 

Topeka 

Lexington . . . 
New Orleans. 

Helena 

Lincoln 



Trenton 

Albany 

Raleigh 

Columbus . . . 
Harrisburgh . 
Philadelphia. 
Seattle 



Smith Hall 

University 

Museum 

Capitol (3d floor) 
Arsenal (2d floor) . 
Capitol (2d floor) 



University 

Historical 

Geological Survey 

Two Historic buildings 

Capitol 

Fire proof building being 

erected 

Capitol 

Educational 



Page Hall 

State Library and Museum. 
Museums 



1909 
1871 
1906 



1908 
1903 
1901 



$ 100, 000 
170, 000 
107, 000 



250, 000 
75.000 

2o;ooo 



1910 



3,000,000 



90, 000 



850,000 

119,000 



20,000 

28 '666 



10,000 

'37," 666 



25, 000 



100, 000 
5,500 

100,000 
28,000 
10,000 



212,000 
64, 000 



$ 20,000 



,500 



3,000 
40, 000 



7,565 

10,000 

128,000 



DATA CONCERNING SOME LEADING MUSEUMS — NOT STATE MUSEUMS. 



Name. 



Building. 



Space— Sq. ft. 



Maintenance. 



U. S. National Museum, (Washington). 



Field Museum, (Chicago) 

American Museum, (New York) . 



Leland Stanford, (Palo Alto, Cali- 
fornia) 



Brooklyn 

Carnegie. (Pittsburgh). 



Smithsonian $ 300,000 

Brick building 250,000 

Granite building 3 , 500, 000 



Total $4, 050, 000 

To cost 4, 000, 000 

4,830,000 



1,200,000 
1,794,000 



Occupies one-third of 
building which cost 7, 000, 000 



800,000 
750, 000 
450,000 

290,000 
105,000 

880, 000 



$250,000 
300,000 



85,000 



DIMENSIONS OF SOME ILLINOIS STATE BUILDINGS, SPRINGFIELD. 

Capitol building, 266 x 374 feet. 
Arsenal building, 135 x 300 feet. 
Supreme Court building, 75 x 160 feet. 



* State Natural History Society also has a museum in capitol building. 



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SHOET STATEMENT PRESENTED TO STATE LEGISLATURE, 
JANUARY 20, 1911. 

Illinois needs a new museum building now because — 

1. One hundred thousand dollars worth of specimens in the present 
quarters are in danger from fire. 

The museum has been burnt out once. 

There are still 700 type specimens in the collection and other things 
which could never be replaced if destroyed. 

2. The specimens are being injured by occasional floods and by con- 
tinuously falling dust. 

3. They are not exhibited so as to afford sufficient return upon the 
investment. When used as they should be, they can yield valuable re- 
turn for — 

A — Men of science. The State can advance knowledge in this way 
very effectively. There are scientific objects in the museum — as poor 
as it now is — that are not found any place else in the world. An insti- 
tution which can advance knowledge is rare and should be encouraged. 

B — Men of business. All of the natural resources of the State and 
their possibilities can be exhibited in such a manner as to afford in- 
formation and suggestion to men in a score of different kinds of business. 

C — People generally. 50,000 or more people annually will come for 
instruction and amusement. The collections add to the healthful 
pleasure of multitudes who are denied other intellectual stimulus. 

They furnish food for thought. 

They help people to be better citizens. 

4. One hundred thousand dollars worth of additional material will 
soon come to the museum if a building is provided. 

r>. A free building site is promised by a friend of the museum. 

6. Objects of great interest are being carried out of the State, or 
destroyed and lost for all time. 

As years pass, they would become of increasing value. 

7. The State Museum should serve as a store house for treasures of 
various kinds and also be a distributing center for the whole' State. All 
the public schools can be benefited by Us work. Men in many lines of 
business can find greal assistance in its exhibits. 

8. It should present and exhibit materials showing the work of the 
State Geological Survey, Water Survey, Slate Entomologist, Highway 
Commission, etc. 

9. The museum is 60 years old. II has been moved nine times. Not 
another year should pass before the building of a permanenl home for 
ii i- begun. 



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10. This is the opinion of wise and disinterested men in all sections 
of the State. 

MUSEUM CONDITIONS IN OTHER STATES. 

Thirty-two states have museums. 

Ten are superior to that of Illinois. 

One state has a museum occupying 100,000 square feet in a three 
million dollar building; several have many thousands of square feet 
occupied by their museums in buildings costing upwards of one or more 
hundred thousands of dollars. 

Our neighbors — Wisconsin has a museum and historical library build- 
ing costing $600,000.00; Iowa one costing $250,000.00; Kansas a mu- 
seum building costing $100,000.00; Indiana is planning one to cost 
$355,000.00. 

In many states handsome collections are beautifully exhibited in 
favorable surroundings greatly to the credit of the state and to the ad- 
vantage of the people. 

KIND OF BUILDING NEEDED HEEE. 

A building 100x125 feet in ground plan, containing a basement, two 
floors for exhibition and one for storage, offices, etc., situated in a park 
to avoid dust and constructed of fire proof substantial materials, would 
be sufficient to accommodate the twenty departments included in a 
natural history museum. A building similar to the Iowa Museum, 
would .be suitable and could be erected at a cost of about $250,000.00. 

THE BUILDING IS SURE TO COME. 

As the State increases in wealth and culture, it will increasingly care 
for science, art and literature. But every year that such care is post- 
poned means loss of records. The work should be begun at once, and 
will reflect credit upon those who inaugurate it. 



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CONCEKNING MUSEUM BUILDING. 

Extracts from Letters Written in 1909 to Members of the 
Legislature and Others Asking for a New Museum Build- 
ing — Arranged Alphabetically with the Xame of 
the Writer at the Head of the Extract. 

Clement W. Andrews, The John Crerar Library, Chicago. 

As a member of the Illinois Academy of Science I venture to address you 
in behalf of the bill now before the Legislature providing for the erection 
of a new building for the Illinois Museum of Natural History. The resolu- 
tions adopted by the Academy cover the points which I would make. I feel, 
however, that I am in a position to note public interest in such matters and 
therefore my testimony as to the usefulness of such collections may be of 
some value. 

H. Foster Bain, State Geologist, Urbana. 

It seems to me that it is extremely desirable that adequate provision be 
made at the Capital for a complete display of our natural resources. It 
would be not only of large educational value, but of a good deal of direct, 
practical benefit. In Iowa a building has been erected which houses the 
museum, the historical department and the general State library. It would 
seem to me that something of this sort might be feasible at Springfield. 
Now that the Supreme Court building is completed, I hope it may be possible 
to make a start in this direction. Personally, I look forward to seeing the 
Capital surrounded by a fine group of buildings devoted to the work of the 
State, and, while we cannot do everything at once, I hope that at least some 
work may be kept going in this direction. 

Miss Grace J. Baird, ZJrbana. 

As a member of the Illinois State Academy of Science, I wish to call your 
attention to the bill now before the Legislature providing for the erection 
of a new building for the State Museum of Natural History. As the many 
thousand valuable scientific objects are at present crowded, exposed to dust, 
and in danger of fire because they are so poorly housed, and as these col- 
lections are of great importance both from an educational and a practical 
point of view, it seems only fair that adequate quarters should be provided 
as soon as possible in a new building in Springfield. 

Frank C. Baker, Chicago Academy of Sciences, Chicago. 

It would seem that the great State of Illinois should possess a handsome 
museum building in which to store and adequately exhibit the resources of 
our State. We are decidedly behind some of our sister states in this respect, 
and I trust that you will use your influence in behalf of the bill now 
pending. 

C. If. Barnes, University of Chicago, Chicago. 

I am writing to urge your support of the bill now before the Legislature, 
providing for the erection of a new building for the State Museum of Nat- 
ural History. As a scientific man I am greatly interested in the further- 



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ance of the work of this museum. Such work has been of great value to 
other states of our Union which have wisely devoted large sums to the appro- 
priate equipment and maintenance of natural history museums. 

I shall not burden you with arguments in the matter, for I am sure that 
your good judgment will commend this bill, especially if you are assured 
that those who are in a position to know in detail regarding scientific work 
approve^ its passage. 

William Barnes, M.D., Decatur. 

Such a building is certainly very much needed and should be erected be- 
fore the collections now on hand are allowed to go to ruin. 

Edward Bartow, Director State Water Survey, TJrbana. 

It seems to me that the provision of ample quarters for this museum is a 
very worthy object. The Natural History collections in the State of Kansas 
are well quartered and I know that they are not only popular exhibits, but 
are instructive. I hope you will give the Museum Bill careful consideration. 

0. H. Basquin, Northwestern University, Evanston. 

Will you permit me to suggest that I am sure that the collection of inter- 
esting and valuable material now in the State museum is well worthy of a 
new building, that I think this State should encourage the collection and 
preservation of such material and that I am sure the present curator of this 
museum is a man well worthy of encouragement and support. If you can 
favor this bill in any way, your action will be approved by a great many of 
your constituents in this State. 

W. 8. Bayley, Prof. Economic Geology, University of Illinois, Uroana. 

As a person interested in the Geology of Illinois, and also in its resources 
in other fields, I am writing to ask your help in securing the building de- 
sired. The museum collections already installed are of very great value, not 
only from a scientific, but also from an educational point of view. They 
are, however, so badly crowded in their present quarters, and so liable to 
destruction by fire, that their importance as an asset to the State is ex- 
tremely slight. If destroyed, many of the specimens could not be replaced. 

The small amount of money asked for a building would unquestionably 
prove a good investment because of the increase in educational benefit to the 
citizens of the State. Moreover, the collections constitute the only reference 
library in existence to which students may apply for first hand information 
concerning the geology of the State. Much of the material however, is of 
no value for study, or at least for convenient study, because of the lack 
of space in which to arrange it systematically. A proper installation of the 
collections would not only prove of great aid to students of the State's nat- 
ural history, but would also constitute an attractive drawing card to the 
visitors who are so numerous at Springfield. 

It is unnecessary for me to specify further the advantages that would 
accrue upon the securing of a proper building for these collections. This 
you understand as well as I do. I as writing simply to endorse the project 
for the construction of the building and to ask you to help in passing the 
bill. 

Wm. 0. Beal, Illinois College, Jacksonville. 

Such a building erected of fire proof material is necessary for the per- 
manent preservation of many kinds of scientific material and will aid greatly 
in the correlation of the scientific interests of the State of Illinois. A good 
museum would be of great aid to the educational interests of the State also. 

G. H. Bretnall, Monmouth College, Monmouth. 

This is a very important measure and we shall be glad if you as our 
State Senator will not only vote for the bill but do your utmost to have it 
pass. This is a matter that will not brook delay. Plant and animal forms 

—2 M 



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are fast passing from the State. If lost now they will he lost to study for- 
ever. There is now no adequate place to house these collections and it be- 
hooves the State to make such place as quickly as it may. The fossil 
grounds are being picked over. If the State does not now make a choice 
collection of these forms it may never be able to do so. Then the present 
collections are in danger of fire. If they should be lost they could never 
be replaced. This fact comes to me with a great deal of force since I lost 
my collections of ten years in the fire that destroyed our college building 
something over a year ago. 

Other states no more wealthy than Illinois, have led us in this matter. It 
is due the men of science in this State that they have this building. But 
that is not all, for the man without leisure to devote to collecting may have 
provided here the material he wishes for his pleasure and his study. The 
unlettered man can study nature here when he could not study from books. 
It is this study of nature and nature's products not only by men of science 
but by men in general that has made Illinois what it is. 

I hope this bill may pass and that we shall soon have this building to 
grace our capital. 

./. C. Garr, Morris. 

Believing that the erection of such a building would be a credit to the 
State and would meet with the hearty approval of our people at large, I 
would most respectfully request that you use your influence as well as your 
vote toward the passage of said bill. 

T. C. Chamberlin, Prof. Geology, University of Chicago, Chicago. 

I desire to express my warm interest in the movement to secure a building 
for the State Museum and the Historical Library. It appears to me that 
this is a very important matter, one indeed which the people of our great 
State ought not to longer delay. Our historical records, both natural and 
humanistic, will come to have a preciousness in time that we cannot now 
realize, and it is our duty to the future to preserve them and thus secure 
their inestimable value for all future ages. I know I need not urge upon 
you personally the importance of this, and I hope that through you the State 
may come to realize its great opportunity as well as obligation and that it 
will fulfill it in a manner worthy of our commonwealth. 

M. L. Cohn, Continental Bank Building, Chicago. 

Referring to the bill now before the Legislature, providing for the erec- 
tion of a new building for the State Museum: 

I have been much impressed by the efforts of the present administration 
to at last lay a promising foundation tending to the creation of such a State 
Museum as will reflect credit rather than reproach on this great State. It 
seems to me that when states that are of much less importance than Illinois 
display enough public spirit to provide facilities in this direction in keeping 
with the progress and spirit of the age, that our State should not continue 
to emphasize its indifference to so worthy a cause. 

I hope that you will agree with me in this matter and trust that you 
will lend all the influence at your command towards insuring the passage of 
the above bill and I will promise that if it succeeds I will not object if my 
State taxes are raised in the effort to reach my share of the cost of the 
building. 

Henry Crew, Prof. Physics, Northwestern University, Evanston. 

I am informed that there is now a bill before the Legislature" of Illinois, 
providing for the erection of a new building for the State Museum of Nat- 
ural History at Springfield. As one who is interested in the advancement 
of science in general, and in Illinois in particular, I am writing to express 
the hope that you may deem it wise to support this bill. Illinois has just 
fairly begun to reap the benefit of the money which she has already invested 
in the extension and in the promulgation of science. This Museum at Spring- 
fleld under the able direction of Professor Crook is to be reckoned as one of 
the Important educational influences of the State. As you doubtless know, 



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its present quarters are utterly inadequate for and unworthy of the fine 
collection which the State already has, not to mention the fact that other 
states are away ahead of us in this direction and that present quarters leave 
no room for expansion. 

Any consideration which you may give this matter I shall very keenly 
appreciate. 

R. S. Curtiss, Prof. Organic Chemistry, University of Illinois, TJrbana. 

I beg to call your attention to the bill now before the Legislature to pro- 
vide a museum at Springfield worthy of the natural resources, the growth of 
science and scientific interest in this great State. 

We want and ask your earnest support of this measure and desire to thank 
you accordingly for your assistance. 

Ned Dearborn, Ornithologist, Field Museum, Chicago. 

Your museum deserves an appropriate building and I cannot see how the 
State can long withhold it. 

0. C. Farrington, Curator of Geology, Field Museum, Chicago. 

I trust that the bill now before the Legislature providing for the erection 
of a new building suitable for the State Museum of Natural History may 
receive your favorable consideration. You are doubtless well aware that the 
collections which the museum already possesses are of great value and that 
it is not possible to adequately protect or exhibit them in the present 
quarters. It seems to me that the construction of a suitable building for the 
purpose would be a most worthy object and afford foundation for a museum 
highly creditable to the State. It is obvious that the work of preservation 
of types of the plants, animals and minerals of the State is as yet in its 
infancy, but the work cannot be begun too soon and should be undertaken 
in a sufficiently broad and comprehensive way, both as to the building and 
its equipment to insure its permanency and enduring value. 

J. A. Ferris, Editor "Joliet News," Joliet. 

You must have noticed that science, as it applies to mining, agriculture, 
forestry and in fact nearly all avenues of industry, is setting the world 
ahead at a rapid pace. All these center in the museum and its connection 
with scientific investigators. We need such a building as New York, Kan- 
sas, Wisconsin and other states possess. The results are not so clearly 
defined or tangible as results obtained from some other investments, but 
from my non-partisan, anything-to-benefit-the-human-race position, you surely 
cannot spend money in a much better cause. 

T. P. Frost, D.D., Evanston. 

I am advised that a bill is now before the Legislature providing for the 
erection of a new building for the Museum of Natural History of the State 
of Illinois. I sincerely hope that adequate provision will be made for the 
needs of that institution, and any efforts which your good judgment may 
lead you to put forth to that end will be appreciated by this one of your 
constituents. 

U. S. Grant, Prof. Geology, Northwestern University, Evanston. 

I wish to call your attention to the enclosed resolutions concerning a 
State Museum building. I understand that a bill for the construction of a 
building for the museum and for other scientific bureaus has been intro- 
duced into the Senate (No. 103) by Mr. Hay and a similar bill has been 
introduced into the House (No. 41) by Mr. Kittleman. Our Museum of 
Natural History is an important and growing bureau and it is exceedingly 
desirable that it should be housed in a building which is fire proof and 
where the large amount of material already on hand can be adequately dis- 
played so that it will be of value to the citizens of the State. I will esteem 
it a favor if you will do what you can to help along the bills which carry an 
appropriation for the above purpose. 



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T. L. Hankinson, State Normal, Charleston. 

As a teacher of Natural Science in a State school, I am interested in seeing 
anything done by this State to further the interest of Natural Science and 
to aid in educating the public in regard to this important subject. I am 
therefore, in favor of seeing our State Museum at Springfield well pro- 
vided for financially. One of its great needs at present is a building. As 
you doubtless know there is a bill before the Legislature which provides 
for the erecting of such a building and anything that you will do toward 
the passing of this bill will be greatly appreciated by me and others of the 
State interested in science. 

J. R. Harker, President Illinois Woman's College, Jacksonville. 

We are greatly interested in the bill now before the Legislature, providing 
for the erection of a new building for the Illinois State Museum of Natural 
History, and I hope that you will do everything you can to further this bill. 

The State of Illinois ought to make adequate arrangements for preserving 
and exhibiting materials showing the work of its several State scientific 
departments. The present arrangements for taking care of these things are 
very unsatisfactory. 

Thomas F. Holgate, Dean, College of Liberal Arts, ~N or thive stern University, 

Evanston. 

The State Museum has been in existence for a number of years and the 
collection has been increasing recently so that it has become exceedingly 
valuable. It is particularly helpful to the educational interests of the State, 
and could be made increasingly so if it were properly housed and arranged 
so as to be accessible. A building erected for the accommodation of the 
museum collection would ensure its continuance at the State Capital where 
it can be administered in the interests of the whole State. 

Your vote for the passage of the bill and your influence toward the same 
end will be much appreciated by your constituents. 

Wm. Hoskins, 81 South Clark St., Chicago. 

There has been much published and written recently by authorities and 
representative men, concerning the conservation of our natural resources. 
It would, therefore, hardly seem necessary to directly call attention to the 
great educational advantage which must result from an opportunity fur- 
nished the public, the layman as well as the scientist, to study typical ex- 
amples of our natural products, such as would be found in an adequately 
equipped museum. 

Robert I. Hunt, Manufacturer, Decatur. 

I am writing you to express the hope that you will see your way clear 
to help to furnish this institution by your assistance and vote a building 
which will be adequate for the needs of such an important branch of this 
State's legitimate requirements. 

J. A. Leavitt, President Ewing College, Ewing. 

My attention has been called to the bill now pending before the Legislature 
for the erection of a new building for the museum under the charge of Prof. 
A. K. Crook. There can be no doubt about the value of the museum or 
aboitt the efficiency of Prof. Crook. I know something of the scarcity of 
money but can you not scale down the appropriation for projects far less 
worthy and so help this cause? 

ll '. /•;. Longley, Oak Park. 

The wonder is that Illinois should be so much behind some of our neigh- 
bor states in this matter. 

The Natural Sciences arc taking a large part in the education of our youth 
and should be encouraged and assisted. 

Valuable collections are often lost or destroyed because not properly 
housed. 



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The Chicago Academy of Sciences of which I am a member, lost much 
material that cannot be replaced, before it was safely housed. 

If you can consistently vote for this bill I urge you to do so. 
J. P. Magnusson, Augustana College, Rock Island. 

Responding to the call of those interested in the scientific work of the 
State, I hereby wish to add a word to the furthering of the cause of pro- 
viding an adequate building for our State Museum. The preservation of 
objects of scientific interest and value means the conservation of our nat- 
ural resources and upon this the future progress of our State depends. 

I therefore trust that the bill providing for a building for our State 
Museum may meet with your earnest support. 

R. H. McKee, Lake Forest University, Lake Forest. 

As one of your constituents I wish to urge the importance of new fire-proof 
and commodious quarters for the Illinois Museum of Natural History, a bill 
for which is now before the Legislature. 

I write to you now because, to one not engaged in scientific work, the 
importance of such a building is often not realized. 

C. F. Millspaugh, Field Museum, Chicago. 

A State of the importance and wealth of resource of Illinois should have 
at its capital, an adequate, worthy and attractive building in which may be 
housed the results of State Surveys and an illustrative permanent exhibit 
of its natural history. To fail to erect, equip and maintain such a building 
would evidence a deplorable lack of appreciation of the source of its wealth. 

As a citizen of the State and one in a position to realize the value of 
Natural History Museums as archives of the greatest future importance — 
especially in view of the present greed and reckless haste in harvesting de- 
structively our natural resources — may I personally urge that you add your 
strong personality and effort to the passage of the bill now before the Legis- 
lature for the erection of a building to be devoted to the purpose of a State 
Museum of Natural History at Springfield. 

A. W. Mosely, 798 W. Monroe Street, Chicago. 

As an engineer and as one having general interest in the scientific activ- 
ities of the State, I believe that such a building is advisable and in spirit 
with the various provisions of the Legislature for scientific and allied object 
during recent years. 

H. V. Neal, Knox College, Gales our g. 

With the other scientific men of the State, 1 am very much interested in 
the bill now before the Legislature providing for the erection of a new build- 
ing for the State Museum. 

In my judgment, nothing would do more for the scientific and commercial 
development of Illinois than the proper housing and support of the State 
Museum with its staff of assistants under the direction of a man like Dr. 
Crook. 

I hope that it will be possible to give this bill the consideration it deserves. 

A. L. Nehls, State Analyst, Chicago. 

Your support of this bill before the Legislature on this subject will be a 
great help to science in this State and will be appreciated by all scientific 
men. 

Henry W. Nichols, Field Museum, Chicago. 

Some adequate provision for these collections is needed and a special 
building is the most satisfactory provision that can be made. Such a 
museum as is contemplated will run largely to collections illustrating the 
natural resources of the State and I am convinced by my experience with the 
economic collections of the Field Museum that this expenditure will result 
in an actual financial profit to the citizens of the State. I know of several 
instances where an examination of the collections in the Field Museum has 
led to the use of cheaper or nearer raw materials by Chicago manufacturers 



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with a saving of many thousand dollars a year. There must be many cases 
that I do not hear of to one I do. The resources of this State are by no 
means fully exploited and I am in a position to know that if you put speci- 
mens of undeveloped material where they can be seen they will in time be 
found by those that have use for them. 

In the conservation of natural resources movement there will be doubt- 
less much freak legislation proposed as well as much that is beneficial over- 
looked. A properly displayed collection of present and potential natural 
resources of the State will in reducing to a minimum errors in this class 
of legislation, more than pay for itself. For this purpose the collections 
need to be at Springfield. 

Albert B. Porter, "The Scientific Shop," Chicago. 

I feel it to be a disgrace to our commonwealth that so valuable an insti- 
tution has not long before this been furnished with adequate quarters. 

E. S. Reynolds, Department of Botany, University of Illinois, ZJrbana. 

If the museum were properly housed, scientists and laymen as well would 
feel glad to help increase the collections, but now there is no incentive. The 
fact that the Illinois Academy of Science has passed resolutions in favor 
of the bill, is good evidence that the scientists from all over the State are 
in favor of the proposition. The better housed such an institution is, the 
more the people will use it and the greater will be its educational value to 
the State. For these reasons I hope you will give favorable attention to 
the bill and use your influence in favor of it. 

E. S. Riggs, Geologist, Field Museum, Chicago. 

As a man who has been for ten years active in Museum work in the 
State of Illinois, I most respectfully urge an appropriation for a modern 
fire-proof building. 

A State Museum is not merely a repository for curios or a place of 
amusement — it is a place to exhibit the natural resources of the State. It 
should include such economic products as coal, oil, gas, building stone, peat, 
soils, mineral fertilizers, clay products (such as brick, pottery and tile) ; 
it should also include collections illustrating beneficial and injurious birds, 
insect and animal life. 

A. W. Slocum, Palaeontologist, Field Museum-, Chicago. 

This is a matter which should interest everyone who has the welfare of 
the State at heart. If the resources of the State are to be developed, there 
must be some place where exhibits can be properly preserved, exhibited and 
recorded. This is not only of great educational value but of inestimable 
economic value. This State possesses large deposits of coal, oil, clay, cement, 
building stone, lead, zinc, etc. All of these interests will be greatly ben- 
efited by a good State Museum properly housed. 

Please do all in your power to aid in passing this bill, and greatly oblige 
one of your constituents. 

C. H. Smith, Editor "School Science and Mathematics," Chicago. 

As you know, the Science interests of the State, which perhaps are centered 
in the Museum of Natural History, have no adequate building in which the 
Natural History specimens of the State may be preserved and studied by 
students and others of this and other states. It will be no more than fitting 
that the great State of Illinois appropriate sufficient funds for the erection 
and equipment of a building, which shall house the Museum of Natural 
History in a way, which will not be a disgrace to the State. May I ask you 
od behalf pf the readers, which are many, of this Jouranl to use your in- 
fluence in seeing that the bill which is now pending before the Legislature, 
providing for the erection of a building for this public museum will pass. 
I know you will be conferring upon the Science men of the State great 
favor, if you take this matter in lutnd and do what you can to see that it 
becomes a law. 



H. R. Smith, High School, Highland Park. 

The specimens collected tell much of the history of Illinois, in a concrete 
form. A little neglect now may mean the loss of large sums later in replac- 
ing specimens. Many of these could not be replaced at any sum. 

J. Carl Stine, Superintendent of Schools, Virden. 

This institution is not only worthy but necessary. Under the able leader- 
ship and direction of Prof. Crook, I know that it is performing a most ac- 
ceptable service, even in its present cramped quarters. I feel sure that you 
can make no mistake in giving active support to the above-mentioned meas- 
ure, and I trust you will decide to do so. 

W. S. Strode, M.D., Lewistoivn. 

I hope you will consider favorably the bill in the House looking towards 
the construction of a new building for the State Museum. The old rooms 
are entirely inadequate and beside are almost a disgrace to the great State 
of Illinois. I would myself make some valuable contributions to the State 
if there was a suitable building and rooms for display. 

J. A. Udden, Augustana College, Rock Island. 

In my opinion its erection should have been provided for long ago. It is 
urgently needed for the care of Scientific collections which can not be made 
available for the use of the scientific and educational public, until they can 
be properly arranged and exhibited. 

I. A. Wetzel, High School, Sycamore. 

The cause is so worthy a one that it seems hardly necessary for me to 
urge that you give it your hearty support. 

The Museum is very valuable and contains many things that once lost 
could not be replaced at any price. Then too the museum is valuable only 
so far as it can be displayed to and used by the people of the State. It 
should therefore be housed in a fire-proof building of ample size which will 
permit of its being used to the best advantage. 



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Meeting to Consider the Need and Means of Obtaining a State 
Museum and Historical Library Building. 

old supreme court boom, state house. 
January 12, 1909. 

The meeting was called to order by the chairman, former State Senator 
Thomas Bees, at 10:20 a. m. There were present: H. F. Bain, State 
Geologist; F. G. Blair, Superintendent of Public Instruction; Stuart 
Brown, Chairman Municipal Arts Committee; Capt. J. H. Burnham, 
of Board of Directors State Historical Society; A. E. Crook, Curator 
State Museum and Secretary Academy of Science; Miss Fannie Fisher, 
Assistant Curator State Museum; Prof. S. A. Forbes, State Entomolo- 
gist; Prof. J. C. Hessler, Treasurer State Academy of Science; Mr. E. 
W. Payne, President State National Bank; Mr. John Pierik, of the 
Municipal Art Committee; Hon. Thomas Eees, Illinois State Eegister; 
Mrs. Jessie Palmer Weber, Secretary State Historical Library and Secre- 
tary State Historical Society. 

In the absence of Secretary 0. P. Bassett, A. E. Crook was elected 
secretary pro tern. 

The chairman stated briefly that the board of trustees of the Historical 
Library, the officers and directors of the Historical Society, the trustees 
of the Natural History Museum, the council of the State Academy of 
Science, the director of the Geological Survey, Superintendent of Pub- 
lic Instruction, and members of the Springfield Municipal Arts Com- 
mittee had been invited to meet to consider the needs of the respective 
departments and the means of providing for them. 

A. E. Crook read a letter from Prof. T. C. Chamberlim, University of 
Chicago, the president of the State Academy, from State Geologist H. 
I". Bain and from W. T. Norton, a director of the Illinois State Histor- 
ical Society; and Mrs. Jessie Palmer Weber read letters from several 
others, earnestly supporting and advocating the movement to erect at 
the State Capitol, a building which could adequately care for the Natural 
Eistory Museum and the Historical Library. 

Professor Forbes, who was one of the two to draw up a bill which led 
to the establishment of the State Natural History Museum, thirty-two 
years ago, told of that movement, of the growth of the institution since 
then, of its relations to the Natural History Survey, and of the neces- 
sity of taking action which would lend to improvements demanded at 
this lime and looking forward to the time when the State will have 
many more millions of inhabitants. 



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E. W. Payne spoke of his interest as a collector in a movement to 
secure a building, and stated that his collection had been begun with the 
hope of rescuing from dissipation and destruction antiquities that are 
each year becoming rarer and more valuable. He is prepared to de- 
posit his collection with the State, if it can be properly cared for and 
preserved. (The writer is informed by competent archaeologists that 
Mr. Payne's collection is one of unusual perfection and value.) 

Capt. J. H. Burnham told of the need and hope of the Historical So- 
ciety of obtaining a building and stated that the society was simply 
waiting for the most opportune time for action. 

Chairman Eees suggested that it would be wise to come to definite 
conclusions and take action at as early a time as possible, rather than 
to delay, as did the sick man of the scriptures, to plunge into the pool 
of healing. If the museum and library were to wait until all other 
interests were cared for, improvement would never come to them. 

A. E. Crook pointed out that the Historical Society had already waited 
ten years, the Historical Library twenty years, and the State Museum 
which began as a part of the first Geological Survey, fifty-eight years 
for an appropriate housing. The needs of the museum are so great and 
the losses which come from postponement of such magnitude, that it 
would be utter folly to delay till a more convenient season. 

Stuart Brown suggested that two museums, two societies, a library 
and the Department of Public Instruction should be cared for and that 
to do so would require a building which would cost in the neighborhood 
of a million dollars. It would be desirable to distribute the expense 
over a number of years. A portion only of the money would be sought 
of the present Legislature and the remainder at future time. But the 
plans should all be perfected now. 

Superintendent Blair, speaking as a trustee of the museum, em- 
phasized its great need. He said that its present surroundings and care 
are shamefully inadequate, and that the good name of the State suffered 
by allowing the conditions to remain as they are. He touched upon the 
great possibilities in museum work. The museum should be dynamic 
force, and both it and the Historical Library should be powerful in- 
fluences for the education of the youth of the State, and should reach 
every portion of the State. 

Mrs. Weber said that she had called the matter to the attention of the 
trustees of the Historical Library and that they were in full sympathy 
with the movement. 

H. F. Bain told of the experiences of those who were interested in 
securing the erection of the Iowa Historical building and museum. Al- 
though greatly discouraged at first, they were finally successful in ob- 
taining an appropriation which enabled them to purchase the ground, 
mature their plans, and to put up one wing of the building. In follow- 
ing years appropriations were granted until enough was provided to 
complete their present handsome structure. 

J. C. Hessler mentioned his interest in seeing a museum building 
adequate to care for the present collections and to exhibiting such 
materials as would be of both practical and educational value. 



2G 

Mr. John Pierik regarded the work of the museum as valuable, re- 
counted experiences in connection with the erection of a State Arsenal 
building, and mentioned the need of the hearty sympathy of the officials 
who by virtue of their position were most closely related to such enter- 
prises ; and hoped that the movement might be fortunate in securing the 
hearty cooperation of the Governor and other State officers. 

Superintendent Blair moved that a committee be appointed to make 
a draft of a bill for a museum and historical library building. This 
draft to be submitted to the officers and directors of the Museum, the 
Historical Library and the Historical Society, and when approved to be 
then submitted to the Legislature. 

The committee named was A. E. Crook, Mrs. Weber and Superin- 
tendent Blair. 

Upon motion of Capt. Burnham it was voted that the Museum and 
Historical Library 'building be advocated as a memorial building to 
Abraham Lincoln. 

The meeting then adjourned. 

A. E. Crook, 

Secretary, pro tern. 



The Proposed State Educational Building. 

(a review of the situation, JUNE 1, 1911.) 

When agitation was begun two years ago by certain persons in the 
interest of securing a building in Springfield which could house the 
Natural History Museum, the War Museum, the State Historical So- 
ciety and Library and the Department of Public Instruction, the move- 
ment did not at first receive favorable attention. To various Legisla- 
tors who were approached, the proposal seemed uncalled for or even 
ridiculous. But, after the expiration of two years, friends of the move- 
ment have seen a quite general change of attitude and are reminded of 
the expression of old time revivalists who are wont to relate how "those 
who came to scoff remained to pray." This change of attitude is due 
to the pressing need for such a building and the evidence of such a need 
which is admitted by all conversant with the facts. 

January 12, 1909, H. F. Bain, State Geologist, F. C. Blair, Superin- 
tendent of Public Instruction, Stuart Brown, chairman Springfield 
Municipal Art- Committee; J. H. Burnham a director of State Histor- 
ical Society, Fannie Fisher, assistant curator State Museum, S. K. Forbes, 
State Entomologist, J. C. Hessler, treasurer State Academy of Science, 
I-]. \V. Payne, presidenl Slate National Bank, Springfield, John Pierik, 
Springfield Municipal Arts Committee, Thomas Bees, Illinois State 
Register and Jessie Palmer Weber, Secretary State Historical Society 
and State Historical Library, ami the writer, met to consider the 
need and means of obtaining a building which would care for the science, 
literary and educational interests of the Slate A committee consisting 
of the curator of the museum, Superintended of Public [nstruction 
and secretary of the Historical Society, was appointed to draw up a bill 



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for presentation to the Legislature and to secure the support of the 
officials of the various organizations concerned. This bill was' intro- 
duced by Senator Logan Ha}' in the Senate and by Mr. James M. Kittle- 
man in the House, and served to attract attention to the great need of 
such a building. The time was not ripe for aggressive action, and the 
bills were not reported out of the committee. 

The movement was again taken up at this Legislature and a bill call- 
ing for the erection of a commodious, permanent, fire-proof building, 
not to exceed $650,000.00 in cost, was introduced in the Senate by 
Senator Logan Hay and in the House by Hon. B. M. Chiperfield. 

Various steps were taken to attract the attention and to make evident 
to the legislators the necessity and wisdom of expending so large a sum 
of money. Few people who have not been eye witnesses can imagine 
the persistence and force with which demands are made upon the legis- 
lators for voting away large amounts of the State's money, over which 
the Legislature, and especially the Appropriation Committee, are guard- 
ians. And any one who has seen how the members of the appropriation 
committee are almost torn asunder by various advocates of the needs 
of the State interests, must sympathize with the difficulties of their 
position. However, after a consideration of the subject, thanks especi- 
ally to Senator Logan Hay, a bill was passed appointing a commission to 
secure plans and select a site for the erection of such a building and 
appropriating $5,000.00 for the expenses of such a committee. Thus 
a new building seems to be assured. 

THE KIND OF BUILDING NEEDED. 

The building needed should be a fire-proof structure, fitted to care for 
treasures both natural and humanistic. It is nothing less than criminal 
to place rare manuscripts or objects of nature which connect the present 
with the past and which will become of increasing value with the passage 
of time, in a place where they may be lightly destroyed. One needs not 
to point to the New York State House, to that of the state of Missouri, 
or to numerous other buildings in all parts of the country, which re- 
cently have been destroyed by fire, to emphasize the necessity of proper 
care in this respect. 

In the next place, the building should in other respects be of a per- 
manent character. It is not enough to provide a temporary structure. 
It is desirable to put up one which coming generations may use and 
admire and which will perpetuate the artistic ideas of the present, in 
order that those who come a hundred or more years after us may have 
concrete illustrations of the enterprise, courage and artistic ideas of 
the people of this time and generation. 

And finally, the building should be commodious and ample, not only 
for today, but for tomorrow. While an elegant building would be de- 
sirable, elegance is of less importance than honesty of construction and 
such commodiousness and fitness as would render the building useful 
and pleasing for many long years. While for the sum of money con- 
templated, a large building may not be erected now, it may be so designed 
that with after-growth and expansion, additional wings may be added 
in a harmonious and artistic manner. 



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LOCATION OF THE BUILDING. 



While the writer has no favored location for the building, he is im- 
pressed with the necessity of securing certain conditions. The most 
important point to consider, far more important than a matter of geo- 
graphy, is the amount of space available for the building. The greatest 
foe to a successful museum is dust and dirt. Objects are placed on ex- 
hibition and should be so surrounded as to be subjected to a minimum 
amount of dust. Such a requirement necessitates placing the building 
some distance from thoroughfares and surrounding it with grass and 
trees. The museum should not be placed on a lot of such meager di- 
mensions as would require the erection of the building near the street. 
It should be surrounded with lawns as is the State House. The same is 
equally true of libraries. They should be kept in places where cleanli- 
ness is possible, even though it necessitates a few more steps to those 
wishing to use the library. 

A USEFUL BUILDING. 

This educational building may become one of the most important in 
the State. Scientific and literary treasures will in it be preserved, made 
accessible and become increasingly useful. The citizens of the State 
will not find it necessary to go to New York State to see a good example 
of Illinois oak or walnut as Mr. Edward Payne said in his talk, when 
urging the Senatorial Legislative Committee to grant the building. Illi- 
nois will find it possible to have the finest samples of its own minerals, 
of its invertebrates and other organic remains. It can have the finest 
collections of the works of the original inhabitants of the State, the men 
who hunted its game and utilized it as well, before the coming of the 
Anglo-Saxon. It may bring together objects illustrating more modern 
history, the struggles civic and commercial of its people, its literature 
and even its art. And Springfield will become an additionally attractive 
city for residence, as it increases in wealth of scientific, literary and 
artistic treasures. This building may stand for all of the higher and 
nobler things of life, for acquisition and accomplishment. 



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FREE PUBLIC MUSEUMS. 

(Extract from "Science," April 15, 1910.) 

In an interesting note in the Feb. 11, 1910, copy of Science, Mr. Baker 
calls attention to the commendable policy of the Chicago Academy of 
Sciences, while commenting on Mr. Ward's statement of the practice at 
the Milwaukee Public Museum of having these institutions open freely 
to the public, showing that while the Milwaukee institution has been free 
to the public since 1905, the Chicago Academy of Sciences has been fol- 
lowing that plan since 1894. 

The Illinois State Museum of Natural History has been accessible to 
the public without charge for the last half century, thus preceding the 
aforementioned museums in this good work by many years. It now re- 
mains to hear from some museum which has been free to the public for 
a century. 

Doubtless the time is speedily approaching when museums will be as 
free and as accessible as our libraries. The hours during which museums 
are commonly open, from 9 to 5 should doubtless be extended in order 
that working people might be accommodated. With the disappearance 
of the candlelight period there is no insurmountable obstacle toward 
making the museum as attractive during the evening hours as during 
the day time. 

The Illinois State Museum is visited possibly more largely by the 
people from the surrounding villages and towns than by the citizens of 
Springfield. 

Previous to the last four months the number of visitors were simply 
estimated, but during the last, three months count has been kept and the 
number has averaged about 1,500 monthly. The highest attendance 
was recorded during the first week in last October, when within five days 
11,866 people visited the museum. 

When the State properly cares for this institution which has had so 
long and useful a history, and which has a mission of untold value to 
perform, it will be extensively patronized and amptly justify the ex- 
penditure necessary to make it one of the most valuable of the free 
public institutions in the State. 



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DIAMOND DRILL CORES REPRESENTING SIX HUNDRED 

FEET OF THE STRATA OF SANGAMON COUNTY 

AT DIVERNON. 

Through the kindness of President A. J. Morehead, ten boxes of 
«drill cores obtained while drilling for coal at Divernon some years ago, 
were sent to the museum in the spring of 1910, and are now being 
studied and prepared for exhibition. A careful log was kept. at the time 
of the boring by Mr. Theodore Wilde, and is printed below. The cores 
were preserved in ten boxes eight feet long with five partitions; i. e. 
each box represents forty feet of cores. But the last box contains ten 
feet. only. Hence but 370 feet of cores are present to represent the six 
hundred feet penetrated. The other material was washed away. The 
cores are two inches in diameter. 

The first forty feet penetrated was loose material and is not preserved. 
It consisted of the characteristic surface soil and the underlying glaci- 
ated material which are in nearly all portions of the county. There was 
first one foot of black soil underlain by seven feet of sand and clay. 
Next appeared a gravelly layer with lamina? of tough clay "hardpan" 
five feet in thickness. Below this six feet of blue clay was encountered. 
This in turn was underlain by eleven feet of blue clay through which 
rather large boulders were scattered. Altogether forty feet of sands, 
clavs and gravels were passed through before reaching stratified rock. 

At a depth of forty feet a fragmental limestone, which is completely 
soluble in hydrochloric acid was encountered and proved to be five feet 
in thickness. 

In general, it may be observed that the prevailing strata are alter- 
nating limestone, shale, coal and sandstone la} 7 ers. It is somewhat 
surprising to note that out of the total of six hundred feet of rock there 
was encountered only twenty-two feet of pure limestone and but thirty- 
six more of impure limestone — a total of only fifty-eight of any kind 
of limestone. There was more sandstone. It amounts altogether to one 
hundred and three feet. The great bulk of the rock however, is shale. 
Three hundred and seventy-four feet of pure shale is represented. The 
shales presenl .ureal variety. Some are bituminous, others micaceous, 
-Mine calcareous, others arenaceous. They vary in hardness, Some 
resisl solution, others have consistency little superior to mud. They are 
black, blue, green, brown, red. 

Coal is encountered in five differeni places varying from two inches 
to seven feet eleven inches in thickness. Its total thickness is greater 
than that of pure limestone, being twenty-five feet. 

All of these rocks are found in the Upper and Lower Productive divi- 



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sions oi' the Pennsyivamcm formation, (called the Pennsyivanian since 
it is so well developed in Pennsylvania). All of the greatest coal de- 
posits of the country are found in the Pennsyivanian. Possibly the 
upper one hundred thirty to one hundred fifty feet belong to the tipper 
Productive (Conemaugh in Pennsylvania) while the underlying strata 
are in the Lower Productive (Alleghaney in Pennsylvania). 

In Sangamon county the Upper Productive attains a thickness of 
about two hundred feet and the Lower Productive a thickness of three 
hundred. Below the latter lies a bed of sandstone which is more than 
one hundred feet in thickness. It is in the bottom of the Pennsyivanian, 
and is called the Mansfield Sandstone. The last fifty or more feet of this 
core was possibly in this formation. 

Below is a copy of the log which these cores represent so completely. 

LOG OF DRILL HOLE SUNK AT MADISON COAL COMPANY'S MINE NO. 6, AT 

DIVERNON, ILLINOIS. 



Strata. 



Thickness 

in feet and 

inches. 



Depth 

in feet and 

inches. 



Surface soil 

Clay, weathered 

Sand and clay , 

Hardpan (gravelly tough clay) 

Blue clay 

Boulder clay 

Limestone, broken (completely soluble in HC1) 

Black shaly limestone (difficulty soluble) 

Dark blue shale (insoluble, fucoids) 

Blue soft shale 

Limestone shale 

Black shale mixed 

Dark shale 

Limestone, shaly 

Light shale 

Limestone 

Light shale 

Sandstone 

Shaly sandstone 

Blue shale 

Blue shale 

Mixed shale 

Datk shale 

Coal 

Blue shale 

Shaly limestone 

Gray shale 

Gray sandy shale 

Blue shale 

Blue shale 

Hard dark shale 

Black shale 

Blue shale 

Blue shale 

Coal 

Mixed shale 

Dark clay shale .' 

Clay shale with bands of limestone 

Shale of mixed colors 

Limestone 

Blue shale 

Limeshale 

Limestone mixed with shale 

Dark shale with limestone bands 

Sandy shale 

Hard black shale 

Hard black shale 

Coal 

Light shale 

Shale of mixed colors 

Dark shale 



1 

7 
10 

5 

6 
11 

5 

3 

3 

7 

4 

4 

5 

1 

3 

3 

6 
15 
29 

8 
12 

1 

2 
.9 

8.3 

2 
18 
12 
10 

2 

17 

9 
30 

1 
.2 

9.4 



1 

3 

4 

5 

5 

5 

2 

3.6 

7.11 

1.1 

9.6 

4 



8 

18 

23 

29 

40 

45 

48 

51 

58 

62 

66 

71 

72 

75 

78 

84 

99 
128 
136 
148 
149 
151 
151.9 
160 
162 
180 
192 
202 
204 
221 
230 
260 
261.6 
261.8 
271 
281 
289 
292 
293 
296 
300 
305 
310 
315 
317 
320.6 
328.5 
329.6 
339 
343 



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Log of Drill — Concluded. 



Strata. 


Thickness 

in feet and 

inches. 


Depth 

in feet and 

inches. 


Limestone and shale mixed 


5 
5 

5 
3 

.6 
4.6 

.8 
2.11 
1.5 
2 
3 
2.6 

.6 
1 
3 
11 
6 
24 
1 

2.10 
2.2 
8 

.4 
1.8 
4 
5 
7 

2.3 
1 

1.1 
6.8 
9 
2 
1 
3 
1 
3 
1 
2 
1 

1.2 
4.10 
10 
3 

3.8 
1.8 
9.8 
1 

.0 
8 

.6 
9 
3 
5 
4 
4.5 

.7 
1 
8 
10 
7 
4 
1 
7 
1 
1 
2 
2 


348 


Light shale 


353 


Blue shale 


358 




361 


Hard limestone 


361.6 


Bituminous shale 


366 


Black shale 


366 .8 


Coal 


369.7 




371 


Blue shale 


373 




376 




378.6 


Sandstone 


•379 


Coal 


380 




383 




394 




400 




424 




425 




427.10 


Coal 


430 


Shale of mixed colors 


438 


Black shale 


438.4 




440 




444 


Black shale 


449 


Blue shale 


456 




458.3 


Black shale 


459.3 


Coal 


460.4 




467 


Dark shale 


476 


Black shale 


478 


Dark shale 


479 


Dark shale 


482 


Black shale 


483 


Dark shale 


486 




487 


Dark shale 


489 


Dark shale with bands of limestone 


490 




491.2 




496 


Sand shale with dark partings 


506 


Dark shale 


509 


Sandstone 


512.8 


Coal 


514.4 


I >ark shale 


524 


Hard limestone 


525 


Limestone 


525 .6 


Sand shale 


533.6 


Limestone 


534 


Sand shale with bands of sandstone 


543 




546 


.Sandstone 


551 


Dark shale 


555 


( !oal 


559 .5 


Light shale 


560 




561 


Gray sand shale with sandstone bands 


569 


Dark sandy shale wi1 b landstone partings 

1 >ark sandy shale 


579 
586 


Sandstone 


590 




591 




598 




599 





600 


hale with andstone bands 


602 




604 







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GIFTS EECEIYED, 1909 AXD 1910. 



Donor. 



Name of Specimen. 



Number 

of 
specimen. 



Prof. J. W. Beetle, Bloomington, Ind . 



E. F. Burchard, Washington, D. C 
Hayden Camp 

Henry D. Clark, Springfield, 111.. . . 

Rex Cress, Springfield, 111 

A. R. Crook, Springfield, 111 



Charles G. Fancher, Springfield, 111. 
Field Museum, Chicago 



Chonetes mesolobus, Strong, Kan 

Chonetes mesolobus, Topeka, Kan 

Chonetes mesolobus, Grand Summit , Kan 

Chonetes mesolobus, Florena, Kan 

Chonetes mueroneta, Fort, Riley, Kan 

Selenite, Marshall, Clark Co., Ill 

Stone ax, found at Clear Lake on B. Frye's Farm, 

May 15, 1906 

Mortar Stone, Toledo, Ohio 

Stone tomahawk, Sligo, Ohio 

Fluorite : 

Calcite crystals (dog toothed spar) Webb City, Mo.. 

Chrysocolla, Clark, "Arizona 

Cuprite, Clark, Arizona 

Malachite, Clark, Arizona 

Azurite, Clark, Arizona 

Hematite, Old Dominion 

Monzonite, Lost Gulch near Globe, Arizona 

Dacit-., near Warren Mine, Globe Co., Arizona 

Diorite, Mt. Madiva, Globe Co., Arizona 

Various rocks, Globe Co., Arizona 

Sangamon County loess, till and shale 

Concretion from Illinois Collieries Co., Mine No. 8, 

at 220.2 depth (from roof) just east of Fair Grounds 

Aug. 25, 1909 .' 

Arbor Vitae, Thuya occ. L 

Ash, Black, Fraximus sambucifolia Lam 

Ash, Mountain, Pyrus Americana DC 

Ash, Water, Fraxinus Quad., Michx 

Ash, Water. Fraxinus Quad. , Michx 

Ash, White, Fraxinus Americana L 

Ash, White, Fraxinus Americana L 

Aspen, Populus tremuloides Michx 

Aspen, Large-toothed, populus grandidentata, 

Michx 

Aspen, Large-toothed, Populus grandidentata, 

Michx 

Balm of Gilead, Populus balsamifera Condicans 

Gray 

Basswood, filia Americana L 

Beech, Fugus ferruginea Ait 

Beech, Fugus ferruginea Ait 

Beech, Fagus ferruginea Ait 

Beech, Blue, Carpinus Caroliniana Walter 

Beech, Water, Carpinus Am. Michx 

Birch, Red, Betula lutea Michx f 

Birch, White, Betula lutea Michx 

Buckeye, Ohio, Tesculus glabra Willd 

Butternut, Juglans cinera L 

Butternut, Juglans cinerea L 

Catalpa, Catalpa speciosa Warden 

Catalpa, Catalpa speciosa Warder 

Cedar, Red, Juniperus Virginiana L 

Cedar, Red, Junifurus Virginiana L 

Cherry. Garden, Prunus communis Huds 

Cherry, Wild, Prunus serolina Eheh 

Cherry, Wild Black, Prunus sefotina Eheh 

Cherry, Wild , piece showing natural grafting 

Chestnut, Americana var. Castanea sativaMill 



9 
1 bottle 



20 



1 

1 

1 

1 

20O 

10 

25 

25 

10 

1 

1 

1 

2 

50 

10 



—3 M 



34 



Gifts Received — Continued. 



Donor. 



Name of Specimen. 



Number 

of 
specimen. 



Field Museum, Chicago— (Continued). .. 



Chestnut, Castanea Americana 

Coffee nut, Gymnocladus Canadensis Lam. 
Coffee Tree, Gymnocladus Canadensis Lam . 

Cotton Wood, Populus menififera Ait 

Crab-apple, Pyrus angutifolia Ait 

Crab-apple, American, Pyrus coronaria L. . 

Cucumber Tree, Magnolia acuminata L 

Cypress, Taxodium distichum Richmond. . 

Dogwood, Flowering, Cornus Florida Linn 



Elder, Box, Negundo aceroides Moench 

Elder, Box, Negundo aceroides Moench 

Elm, American or White, Ulmus Americana L 

Elm, White, Ulmus Americana L ; 

Elm, Rock or Cork Tree, Ulmus racemosa Thomas. 

Elm, Slippery, Ulmus fedoa Michx 

Elm, Slippery or Red, Ulmus fulva Michx 

Elm, Winged or Wahoo, Ulmus alata Michx 



Fir, Balsam, Abies balsamea Miller. 



Grape, Vitis cordifelia L 

Gum, Sweet or Red, Liquid amber styraciflua L . 
Gum, White Sweet, Nyssa unifolia 



Hackberry, Celtis occidentalis var. reticulata. . 

Haw, Black, Vibernum prunifolium L 

Hemlock, Tsuga Canadensis L 

Hickory, Big Shell Bark, Carya sulcata Nutt.. 

Hickory, Shell Bark, Carya alba Nutt 

Hickory, Shell Bark, Carya alba Nutt 

Hickory, Shell Bark, Carya alba Nutt 

Hickory, Shell Bark, Carya alba Nutt 

Hickory, White Heart, Carya tomentosa Nutt. 



Ironwood, Osteya Virginica Willd. 
Ironwood, Ostrea Virginica Willd. 



Juneberry, Amelanchier Canadensia, L 

Larch, American, Larix Americana Michx. 

Larch, Larix Europaea 

Lime Tree, Telia Americana L 

Locust, Honey, Gleditschia triacanthos L. 

Locust, Honey, Gleditchia trianthos L 

Locust, Yellow, Robinia hispida L 

Locust, Yellow, Robinia Pseuducacia L. . . 
Locust, Yellow, Robinia pseudacacia L. . . 



Maple, Blk. Sugar, Acer saccharinum Wang var 

nigrum Gray 

Maple, Red, Acer rubrum L 

Maple, Rock, Acer saccharum Marsh 

Maple, Swamp, Acer rubrum L 

Maple, White, Acer saccharinum L 

Maple, White, Acer saccharinum L 

Maple, White, Acer dasycarpum Ehrh 

Mulberry, Red, Morus rubia L 

Mulberry, lied, Morus rubra L 



Oak, Blk. Q. linotoria Gray 

oak, Burr. Q. macrocarpa Michx. . . 
oak, Chestnut, Q. prinoides Willd.. 
<>ak Cow, Quercus Michauzii Nutt.. 
Oak, Cow, Wuercus Michauzii Null. 

Oak, Jack, Q. nigra L 

Oak, .lack, Q. nigra L. Black 

Oak. over-cup, Quercus lyrata w all 

Oak, over-cup, Q. lyrata Walt 

oak, over-cup, Q. lyrata Wall 

oak, Pin, <). palustris l>u Roi 

Oak, Pin, o. palustris Du Hoi 

1 lal Po i o. obtusiloba Michx 

Oal , Red, Q. rubia L 



35 



Gifts Received — Continued. 



Donor 



Name of Specimen. 



Number 
of 

specimen. 



Field Museum, Chicago— ( Concluded) .. 



Oak, Scarlet, Q. coccinea Wang 

Oak, Spanish, q. falcara Michx 

Oak, Spanish, q. falcata Michx 

Oak, Swamp wh., Q. bicolor Willd 

Oak, Swans white, q. bicolor Willd 

Oak, Water, Quercus aquatica Walter. . . 

Oak, Water, Q. aquatica Walter 

Oak, White, quercus alba L 

Oak, White, Quercus alba L 

Oak, White, Quercus alba L 

Oak, Willow, Q. phellos L 

Orange, Osage, Madura aurantiaca Nutt 
Osage Orange, Madura aurantiaca Nutt. 



Mrs. A. NYGordon, 525^W. Capitol, May 
24, 1909.: 



Paradise, Tree of, Ailanthus glaudalosus Desf . 

Paw Paw, Asimina triloba Dun 

Pecan, Carya olivaeformis Nutt 

Pepperidge, Nyssa sylvatica Marsh 

Persimmons, Barren, Diospyros Virginiana L. 

Persimmons, Diespryros Virginiana 

Pig-nut, Carya porcina Nutt 

Pig-nut Carya porcina Nutt 

Pine, Austrian, Pinus Austriaca Link 

Pine, Evergreen, Pinus sylvestris L 

Pine, Gray, Pinus Banksiana Lambert 

Pine Terreyis Pinus Terreyana Parry 

Pine, White, Pinus strobus L 

Plum, Wild, Prunus Americana Marshall 

Poplar, White, Populas alba L 

Poplar, White. Populas alba L 



RedJBud, Ceris Canadensis L . 



Sassafras. Sassafras officinale Nees 

Service Tree, Amalanchier Canadenses T. & G. 

Spruce, Norway, Abies excelsa 

Spruce, White Picea pungens Engelm 

Sumach, Smooth (Indigenous) Rhus glabia L . 

Sumach, Staghorn, Rhus typhina Linn 

Sycamore, Platanus ecc. L 

Sycamore, Platanus eccidentalis L 



Thorn, Scarlet, Crataegus coccinea L 

Thorn, White, Crataegus coccinea L 

Tulip Tree, Liriodendron . ulipifera 

Tulip Tree, or Yellow Poplar, Liriodendron Tulip- 

ifera L 

Tupelo, Large Nyssa uniflora Wang 

Tupelo, sour Nyssa capitata Watt 



Umbrella Tree, Magnolia tripetala I ami 



Walnut, Black, Juglans nigra L 

Walnut, Black, Juglans nigra L 

Willow, Black, Salix nigra Marsh 

Willow, Peach, S. amygdaloides Anders. 

Willow, Silky, Salix sericea Marsh 

Willow, White, Salix vitellina Koch 



Total . 



Shells— 

Cardium Magnum, Cape Fear, North Carolina . 

Cardium Magnum, Cape Fear, North Carolina . 

Cardium Magnum, Cape Fear, North Carolina . 

Busycon aruarum L., Cape Fear, North Carolina 

Ostrea, Cape Fear, North Carolina 

Shells, Various, Cape Fear, North Carolina 

Minerals— 

Baryte 

Quartz Boulder 

Aragonite, Near Hot Springs, Ark 

Aragonite, Near Hot Springs, Ark 

Siliceous Concretion 



36 



Gifts Received — Continued. 



Donor. 



Name of Specimen. 



Number 

of 
specimen. 



Mrs. A. N. Gordon, 525 W. Capitol, May 
24, 1909— ( Concluded) 



James Hargis 

B. R. Hieronvmous. 



if. G. i lodge, York, Illinois. 



Carl Eeefher, Springfield, Illinois 

Daniel S. Kriebel 

Maidson Coal Company, Divernon, Illi- 
nois, A. J. Moorhead, President 

Mrs. T. C. Mather, Springfield, Illinois. . 

HenryiMoore 

'. c. Neuman 

Howard Norman, Marl insville, Illinois.. 



Edward Wm. Osborne, Bishop, Spring' 

, field, Illinois 



Edward W. Payne, Springfield, Illinois. 



J. B Pea* 



Minerals — 

Pegmatite 

Pebbles 

Quartz Geode, Hamilton, Illinois 

Quartz, Hamilton, Illinois 

Chalcedony 

Aragonite " T 

Amygdaloidal ^rap, Giants Causeway, Ireland. 

Stalactite 

Smithsonite 

Granites 

Dolomite, Hamilton, Illinois 

Calcites, Hamilton, 111 

Marcasite, argentiferous 

Galena, etc 

Natrolite, Giants Causeway, Ireland 

Travertine * 



Fossils— 

Brachiopods, Hamilton, Illinois. 
Crinoids, Hamilton, Illinois..... 
Crinoids 



Miscellaneous- 
Washington iree (fragment) Mt. Vernon 

Chinquipins 

Eggs of Sea Conch, Cape Fear, North Carolina 

Sea Moss, Cape Fear, North Carolina 

Sea Urchins, Cape Fear, North Carolina 

Coral, Cape Fear, North Carolina 



Limonite, Robey, Illinois. 



Indian arrow heads, collected on Sangamon river, 
5 miles N. W. of Springfield 



"Sycamore leather" from between laj^ers of Plan- 
tenus occidentalis, river bottom north of York, 
Illinois j 

Pearls from Wabash river 

Ax found at Calhoun av., December, 1909 

Cocoons from apple tree 

Drill cores representing 020 feet of strata encountered 
in prospecting for coal at Mine No. (i, Divernon .. 

Beetle, Brazil 

Dory fish, Brazil .' 

Geodes with siderite, Versailles, Brown county 

Tin from Lincoln Home 

Brachiopods 

Crinoid stems 

Sword of Swordflsh. Island of Trinidad, W. I 



Quartz reins-cellular, R. d. Hill, Coll., Hot Springs 
Arkansas 

Calcite in quartz geodes, R. S. Hill, Coll., Hot 
Springs, Arkansas 

Quartz concretion, Indiana 

Barnacles from bottom or war vessel 



Spear bead. Found in Scotl county, Illinois, two 
miles south of Winchester, on the farm of Cap1 
,ias. s. Schnell. L889 



37 



Gifts Received — Continued. 



Donor. 


Name of Specimen. 


Number 

of 
specimen. 


H. S. Robinson, Springfield, Illinois 

A. H. Seay : 


Coal (showing marks of leaf joints) Springfield, Illi- 
nois 


1 
1 


Oliver Shanks, Bowen, Illinois . . 




1 









SMITHSONIAN' INSTITUTION, WASHINGTON, D. C. 



Name. 



Formation. 



Laotira Cambria Walcott 

Favosites epidermatus Rominger 

Favosites epidermatus Rominger 

Michelinia convesa d'Orbigny 

Zaphrentis prolifica Billings 

Bythopora meeki James 

Callopora sigillariodes Nich 

Coeloclema alternatum James 

Dekayella ulrichi Nicholson 

Lingula cuneata Conrad 

Dalmanella testudinaria var. meeki Miller 

Orthis (Plectorthis) plicatella Hall 

Platystropnia biforcata var. crassa James . 

Plectambonites sericeus Sowerby 

Rafinesquina alternata Sowerby 

Strophom na nutans Hall 

Rhynchotr ma incr b sc ns Hall 

Rhynchotr na capax Conrad 

Zygcspira modesta Say 

Spirifer mucronatus Conrad 

Leperditia cylindrica Hall 

Asaph us canadensis Chapman 

Anomia micronema Meek 

Corbicula umbonella Meek 

Ostrea glabra M. &. H 

Lucina cleburni White 

Veniella lineata Shumard 

Area wagneriana Dall 

Area subrostrata Conrad 

Astarte granulata Say 

Astarte cuneiformis Conrad , 

Corbula alabamiensis Lea 

Diplodonta ungulina Conrad 

Dosinia acetabula Conrad 

Glycymeris parilis Conrad 

Glycymeris trigonella Conrad 

Lucina al vesta Conrad 

Melina maxillata Deshayes 

Meretrix aequorea Conrad 

Ostrea meridionalis Heilprin : 

Pecten eboreus Conrad 

Pecten madisonius Say 

Venericardia granulata Conrad 

Venericardia parva Lea 

Venericardia rotunda Lea 

Venus alveata Conrad 

Crepidula lirata Conrad 

Cylichna galba Conrad 

Dentalium thalloides Conrad 

Mesalia vetusta Conrad 

Strombus pueiilus Linnaeus 

Turritella carinata Lea 

furritella cumberlandia Conrad 

Turritella variabilis Conrad 



Middle Cambrian . 
Onondaga 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Richmond. 
Utica 

do 

do 

Medina 

Richmond. 
Lorraine . . . 

do 

Utica 

Lorrain . . 
Richmond . 
Trenton .. 
Richmond . 
Lorraine. . 
Hamilton. 

Medina 

Utica 

Laramie . . . 

..do 

..do 

Montana . . 

Ripley 

Pliocene . . , 
Miocene . . 

..do 

..do 

Claiborne . 

..do 

Miocene . . 

..do 

Claiborne . 

..do 

Miocene . . 
Claiborne. 
Pliocene . . 
Miocene . . 
..do 

do. 
Claiborne . 

do. 
Miocene 
Claiborne . 

do. 

do. 

do. 
Pliocene . 
Claiborne. 
Miocene 

do. 



Locality 




Port Colborne, Ont 

do 

do 

Wanesville, Ohio 

Cincinnati. Ohio 

do 

do 

Lockport, N. Y 

Near Hamilton, Ohio . . 
Cincinnati, Ohio 

do 

do 

do 

Waynesville, Ohio 

Lexington, Ky 

Waynesville, Ohio 

Cincinnati, Ohio 

Thedford, Ont 

Lockport, N. Y 

Collingswood, Ont 

Orchard Station, Colo . . 

do 

do 

East of Greeley, Colo. . . 

Corsicana, Tex 

Shell Creek, Fla 

Plum Point, Md 

Near Suffolk, Va 

Plum Point, Md 

Claiborne, Ala 

..do 

Near Suffolk, Va 

Plum Point, Md 

Claiborne, Ala 

..do 

Plum Point, Md 

Claiborne, Ala 

Shell Creek, Fla 

Near Suffolk, Va 

Plum Point, Md 

..do 

Claiborne, Ala 

..do 

Plum Point, Md 

Claiborne, Ala 

..do 

..do 

..do 

Shell Creek, Fla 

Claiborne, Ala 

Plum Point, Md 

Poe's Mill, Libert v Co. 

Fla 



38 



Gifts Received — Concluded. 



Donor. 


Name of Specimen. 


Number 
of 

specimen. 


Honorable Frank: Springer, Burlington, 
Iowa 


Uintocrinus socialis Grinn. Cretaceus, Logan county, 
Kansas 










Philocrinus magnificus M. & G. Upper Coal Meas- 




Charles Stanberry, Loami, Illinois 

Charles E. Stone, Colchester, Illinois 




1 


Sandstone, McDonough county 


1 


Miss Maud Thayer, Springfield, Illinois . 
W. R. Vredenburgh, Springfield, Illinois 


Wolframite, Colorado 


1 


Indian pottery, Gila river, Arizona, found by W. 
Beam 


1 


E. S. Walker, Springfield, Illinois 

Miscellaneous Gifts — Donors not known. 


Bears' teeth, Sitka, Alaska 


2 


Dory fish 






Starfish 




~ 


Oriole's nest 






Sea bean 






Cocoon 






Pods of tropical plant 






Three crinoid calyxes 












Hematite, Antwerp, New York 






Tourmaline, Pierpont, New York 






Quartz, Richville, New York. . . 






Quartz crystal, St. Johnsville, New York 


















Galena, Rossi, New York 


















Calcite, New York 












Garnet, Philadelphia, Jefferson county, New York. 




























Geyserite, Old Faithful Geyser, Yellowstone Park . 



























39 



ACCESSIONS BY PUECHASE— 1909-1910. 



Diamond 

Diamond (Bort) 

Graphite, Plumbago, or Black Lead 

Selensulphur 

Sulphur 

Gold 

Gold 

Silver, Native (Antimonial) 

Copper 

Iron, Meteoric 

Iron, Metoric "Crust" (Diamondiferous) 

Molybdenite 

Stibnite 

Sphalerite, " Black Jack" 

Sphalerite, Zinc Blende 

Cinnabar 

Covelite 

Chalcopyrite, On Dolomite 

Chalcopyrite 

Pyrite, Iron Pyrites 

Pyrite, Iron Pyrites 

Pyrite 

Hauerite 

Cobaltite 

Cobaltite 

Meneghinite 

Chalcocite 

Halite, Rock Salt 

Sylvite 

Fluorite on Quartz 

Cryolite 

Boleite 

Boleite 

Quartz, Rock Crystal 

Quartz, Rock Crystal 

Quartz, with Hematite 

Quartz, Rock Crystal, Cavernous 

Quartz, Amethyst, near Silver Star 

Quartz, Rose 

Quartz, Milky 

Quartz, Ferruginous 

Quartz, Smoky (inclosing Tourmaline) . . 

Quartz, Smoky (inclosing Byssolite) 

Quartz, Chrysoprase 

Quartz, Blue Chrysoprase 

Quartz, Heliotrope (Bloodstone) 

Quartz, Branded Sandstone (Impure). . . 

Quartz, Branded sandstone (Impure) 

Quartz, Moss-agate 

Quartz, Flint 

Opal, Fire 

Opal, Precious, Opalized Wood 

Opal, Common 

Opal, Opalized Wood 

Molydbite 

Stibicouite var. Bertzite 

Corundum, Ruby 

Corundum, Sapphire 

Corundum 

Zincite with Franklinite 

Magnetite 

Magnetite, Loadstone 

Chryso beryl, Precious 



Cianciana 

..do 

Baker City ' 

..do 

Cobalt 

Hancock mine 

Sacramento mountains. 

Canon Diablo 

Pontiac county 

Gondemar, Porto 

Kokomo, Summit Co . . 

Siebenburgen 

Sonoma county 

Butte 

Joplin 

Butte 

Bingham 

Bingham 

Franklin furnace 

Raddusa, Catania 

Hakansboda 

Cobalt 

Bottino, Tuscany 

Butte 

Stassfurt 

..do . 

Barstow mine .* 

Ivigtut , 

Boleo 

..do 

Dauphine 

..do 

Cumberland 

Poretta 

Madison Co , 

Custer 

Suttrop 

Sundwig 

Madison county 



Kosemutz... 
Gila county. 



Madison county 

..do 

Laramie county 

Dover cliffs 

Queretaro 

White cliffs 

Waterville 

Clover creek 

San Miguel county 

Mono county 

Bangkok 

Rockhampton 

Craigmont, Renfro Co . 

Franklin , 

Mill Green, Hartford Co 
Magnet 



South Ah ica.." 

do 

Ceylon 

Sicily 

do 

Oregon 

do 

Ontario 

Michigan 

New Mexico . . 

Arizona 

Quebec 

Portugal 

Colorado 

Hungary 

California 

Montana 

Missouri 

Montana 

Utah 

Utah 

New Jersey. . . 

Sicily 

Sweden 

Ontario 

Italy 

Montana 

Germany 

do 

Colorado 

Greenland 

Mexico 

..do 

France 

..do 

England 

Italy 

Montana 

South Dakota. 
Westphalia . . . 

..do 

Montana 

Madagascar... 

Silesia 

Arizona 

India 

Montana 

..do 

Wyoming 

England 

Mexico 

N. S. W 

Washington . . 

Idaho 

Colorado 

California 

Burmag 

Queensland . . . 

Ontario 

New Jersey.. . 

Maryland 

Arkansas 

Brazil 



40 



Accessions by Purchase — Continued. 






Cassiterite 


Stanhope 


Queensland 


Cassiterite 


England 

..do 




Cassiterite 


..do 




Rutile 




Switzerland 

S. Australia 




Rutile 












Limonite, Iridescent 


Custer county 

Iron wood 

Republic mines 

Deadwood 

Rengersdorf 


South Dakota 

Michigan 

Alabama 

South Dakota. . . 




Xanthosiderite 




Bauzite 










Saxony 

England 

France 

South.Dakota. . . 




Calcite, Stank Mine 


Lancashire 

Fontainebleau 

Shannon county 

Humboldt 

Franklin 

Cumberland 




Calcite, inclosing Quartz 








Calcite, Oolite 


Iowa 


Calcite 


New Jersey 

England 

Missouri 

Greece 

Colorado 

..do 

..do... 














Magnesite 


Negropoint island 

Park county 

Saguache county 

Fort Collins 








Rhodochrosite, with Fluorite 










..do 


..do... 






Carlsbad 

Near Dundas 


Bohemia 

Tasmania 

Arizona 

California 

Sweden 

Norway 

France 














Hvdromagnesite 


Alameda county 

Utoe 

Langesundfiord 

Puy de Dome 

Guanajuato 

Bob Tail gulch 








Eudidymite 








Orthoclase Adularia 


Mexico 

Colorado 

..do. 




Orthoclase ; 












..do 


..do... 






..do... 


..do... 




Albite 


Port Henry, Essex Co. . 


New York 






Norway 

. . do . . . 












Between Albite and 


Labrador 

New York. . . 














Spodumene 


Pennington county 

Franklin furnace 


South Dakota 


Pvroxene var. JefTersonite 


New Jersey 

Tyrol 

New York 








Malacolite 


Ossing 






New Jersey 

..do 










Anthophyllite 


Near Rose Tree, Dela- 


Pennsylvania 

Massachusetts 

Tyrol 

Colorado 

Pennsylvania 






Near Chester 

Zillerthal 

Salida 




A in phi nole, Acl inolite 












Griqualand 


South Africa 


Beryl, Emerald 




Siberia 

Quebec 

Persia 

Mexico 

Tasmania 

Colorado 

Brazil 

Switzerland 

Norway 

Tyrol 

New Jersey... .... 

California 

Colorado 

New York 






Wakefield 








Qarnel , Grossularite 


West Coast 






















Near St. Gothard 




Zoisit.e, Thulitc 




Epidote 


Untersulzbachthal 














Tourmaline .• 


Near Canon City 












Pennington county 






Arizona 

..do 












Langesundfiord 


Norway 

Arkansas 












West Australia 












New Mexico 

Chili 











41 



Accessions by Purchase — Concluded. 



Soda Niter 

Barite 

Barite 

Celestite 

Anhydrite 

Croooite 

Hanksite 

Gypsum, Selenite. 

Gypsum 

Gypsum, Selenite. 

Oypsum 

Wulfenite 

Allingite 



Wurtzilite . 



Olaucodot 

Corundum, Sapphire 

Rutile 

Pyroxene, Diopside 

Amphibole, Tremolite 

Tourmaline, Rubellite 

Phlogopite 

Chaleanthite 

Dike of black Diabase 

Elephant's tooth (Elephas primigenius). 



Tarapaea -. 

Hartz 

Frizington, Cumberland 

Cicaneiana 

Strassfurt 

Near Dundas 

Borax Lake 

Hermosa 



Wayne county. 



Les Allinges, Upper Sa- 
voy 

Fort Duchesne, Uinta 
valley 



Kashmir. 



West York. 



..do 

Saxony 

England 

Sicily 

Oermany 

Tasmania 

California 

South Dakota. 

Sicily 

Utah 

..do 

Nevada 



France 

Utah .... 

Oregon 

India 

Pennsylvania . . . 

Ontario 

New York 

California 

New Jersey 

Chili 

Minnesota 

Clark county, 111 . 



APPROXIMATE NUMBER OF SPECIMENS IN" STATE 
MUSEUM, FEBRUARY, 1909. 



Subject. 


On Exhibition. 


In Storage. 


Types. 




1850 

} About 2,000 

500 

2,000 

100 

*12, 000 

t3, 150 

14 

2,818 
4,394 
40 
10 
45 
575 
65 

969 
81 






Botany. 










Geology. 


1,000 
500 












Paleontology: 


25,000 


700 












Zoology: 

Shells 


400 


























Birds 












Other Collections: 



















* Of these 4,000 are described and 3,000 figured, 
t Of these 700 are described and 500 figured. ; 



43 



LIST OF MAMMALS IN THE ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM OF 

NATURAL HISTORY. 
No. 

534 Alaskan Seal. (See Phoca vitulina.) 

448 Alee alces (Linnaeus). Moose. Male. Head. 

634 American Antelope — Prong Horn. (See Antelocapra americana.) 

€38 American Antelope — Prong Horn. (See Antilocapra americana.) 

502 American Badger. (See Taxidea americana.) 

438 American Bison. (See Bison americanua.) 

439 American Bison. (See Bison americanua.) 
442 American Elk. (See Cercus canadensis.) 

440 American Elk. (See Cercus canadensis.) 

441 American Elk. (See Cercus canadensis.) 
American Elk. (See Cercus canadensis.) 

518 American Flying Squirrel. (See Sciuropterus volucella.) 

476 American Mink. (See Putorius vison.) 

477 American Mink. (See Putorius vison.) 

451 American Panther. See Felis concolor.) 

478 American Sable — Marten. (See Mustela americana.) 

503 American Skunk — Polecat. (See Mephites mephitica.) 
481 American Wild Cat. (See Lynx rufa.) 

634 Antilocapra americana. American Antelope — Prong Horn. Head. 

538 Antilocapra americana. American Antelope — Prong Horn. Young. 

513 Arctomys monax L. Woodchuck. Illinois. 

479 Armadillo — Texas. (See Dasypus novemcinctus.) 
459 Baboon. (See Cynocephalus porcarius.) 

491 Beaver. (See Castor fiber.) 

438 Bison americanus. American Bison. 

439 Bison americanus Gmel. American Bison. Male — Head. 

455 Black Bear. (See Ursus americanus.) 

456 Black Bear. (See Ursus americanus.) 

480 Canada Lynx. (See Lynx canadensis.) 
453 Canis latrans. Coyote, Prairie Wolf. 

452 Canis occidentalis. Gray Wolf. 
444 Caribou. (See Rangifer caribou.) 
491 Castor fiber L. Beaver. Michigan. 

521 Cercopithecus. Monkey. Africa. 

442 Cervus canadensis. American Elk. Female. 

440 Cervus sanadensis. American Elk. Male. 

441 Cervus canadensis. American Elm. Male — Head. 
Cervus canadensis. American Elk. Skull and Antlers? 

453 Coyote, Prairie Wolf. (See Canis latrans.) 
459 Cynocephalus porcarius. Baboon. Africa. 

493 Cynomys columbianus (Ord.) Western Prairie Dog. 

479 Dasypus novem-cinctus L. Armadillo, Texas. Mexico. 

522 Didelphys virginiana Shaw. Opossum-Albino. Female — Skeleton. 

457 Didelphys virginiana. Opossum. Group of three. One from Illinois, 

and one from Florida. 

485 Duck Mole. (See Ornithorhynchus anatinus Shaw.) 

451 Felis concolor. American Panther. 

483 Felis pardalis L. Ocelot. Mexico. 



44 

No. 

489 Fiber zibethicus (L.) Cuv. Muskrat. Male. Anna, 111. 

490 Fiber zibethicus (L.) Cuv. Muskrat. Skeleton. Anna, 111. 
492 Flying Phalanger. (See Petaurista taguanoides.) 

511 Fox Squirrel. (See Sciurus niger.) 

461 Giant Kangaroo. (See Macropus gianteus.) 

460 Giant Kangaroo. (See Macropus giganteus.) 

488 Gray Fox. (See Vulpes virginianus.) 
487 Gray Fox. (See Vulpes virginianus.) 

512 Gray Squirrel. (See Sciurus carolinensis.) 
452 Gray Wolf. (See Canis occidentalis.) 

484 Great Ant-Eater. (See Myrmecophaga jubata.) 

454 Grizzley Bear. (See Ursus horribilis.) 

516 Haplodon rufus (Raf.) Sewellel. Highlands of Oregon. 
516% Haplodon rufus (Raf.) Sewellel. (Skull.) Washington. 

633 Hoary Bat. (See Lasiurus cinereus.) Wrongly called stalpha. 

501 Jack Rabbit. (See Lepus campestris.) 

494 Jaculus hudsonius (Zimm.) Jumping Mouse. Male. Illinois. 

494 Jumping Mouse. (See Jaculus hudsonius) (Zimm.) 

633 Lasiurus cinereus. Hoary Bat. (Wrongly called atalpha.) 

632 Lasiurus porealis. Red Bat. (Wrongly called atalpha novebor.) 

501 Lepus campestric Bachman. Jack Rabbit. Male — winter pelage, Illi- 
nois, Iowa. 

500 Lepus sylvaticus Bachman var. nuttalli. Sage Hare. 

498 Lepus sylvaticus Bachman var. sylvaticus. Wood Hare. Male. Anna, 

Illinois. 

499 Lepus sylvaticus Bichman var. sylvaticus. Wood Hare. Skeleton. 

Anna, Illinois. 

480 Lynx canadensis (Raf.) Canada Lynx. Maine. 

481 Lynx rufa Raf. American Wild Cat. Michigan. 

482 Lynx rufa var. maculata. Wild Cat — Texas. New Mexico. 
520 Macaque. (See Macacus.) 

520 Macacus. Macaque. Africa. 

461 Macropus giganteus. Giant Kangaroo. Female with young. 
460 Macropus giganteus. Giant Kangaroo. Male. 

689 Mazama americana. Rocky Mountain Goat. Head. 

503 Mephites mephitica (Shaw). American Skunk — Polecat. Colorado. 

514 Mole — Common. (See Caclops aquaticus L.) 

515 Mole — Common. (See Saclops argentatus.) 

521 Monkey. (See Cercopithecus.) 
448 Moose. (See Alee alces.) 

489 Muskrat. (See Fiber zibethicus.) 

490 Muskrat. (See Fiber zibethicus.) 

478 Mustela americana Turton. American Sable — Marten. 

484 Myrmecophaga jubata. Great Ant-Eater. South America. 

483 Ocelot. (See Felis pardalis.) 

Odontocoelus americanus. Virginia Deer. Buck, , doe and fawn — 
winter pelage. Menominee, Mich. Julius Friesser, Tax. June, 1908. 

447 Odontocoelus americanus. Virginia Deer, Albino. Female. 

146 Odontocoelus americanus. Virginia Deer. Male. Michigan. 

447 Odontocoelus americanus. Virginia Deer. Skeleton. Female. 

172 and 473 Odontocoelus americanus. Virginia Deer. Two pair of horns. 

157 Opossum. (See Didelphys virginiana.) 

185 Ornithorhynchus anatinus Shaw. Duck Mole. Australia. 

149 Oryx leucoryx. Oryx or Nubian Steppe Cow. Africa. 

149 Oryx or Nubian Steppe Cow. (See Oryx leucoryx.) 

150 Peccary — Texas. (See Tagussu angulatum.) 

192 Petaurista taguanoides. Flying Phalanger. New South Wales. 

534 Phoca vitulina. Alaskan Seal. 

195 Procyon lotor L Raccoon. Anna, Illinois. 

197 Procyon lotor L. Raccoon. Female and three cubs. 

197 Procyon lotor (L.) Raccoon. Skeleton. Anna, Illinois. 



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No. 

474 Putorius erminea L. Stoat — Ermine. (Brown pelage.) 

■17 1 'o Putorius erminea. Weazel. Female — winter pelage. Dixon, Illinois. 

475 Putorius erminea L. Stoat — Ermine. (White pelage.) 

476 Putorius vison Brisson. American Mink. Normal, Illinois. 

477 Putorius vison Brisson. American Mink. Skeleton. 
495 Raccoon. (See Procyon lotor.) 

497 Raccoon. (See Procyon lotor.) 

497 Raccoon. (See Procyon lotor.) 
444 Rangifer caribou. Caribou. Male. 

632 Red Bat. (Lasiurus porealis.) Illinois. (Wrongly called stalpha 
novebor.) 

486 Red Fox. (See Vulpes vulgaris.) 

519 Rocky Mountain Chipmunk. (See Tanias asiaticus (Gmel) var. quad- 

rivittatus.) 
689 Rocky Mountain Goat. (See Mazama americana.) 

514 Saclops aquaticus L. Common Mole. 

515 Saclops argentatus Aud. and Bach. Prairie Mole. Skeleton. 
500 Sage Hare. (See Lepus sylvaticus Bachman var. nuttalli.) 

Scalopus aquaticus machrimus. Silver Mole. Donated by Master H. 
Cloyd Dobbs, Cantrall, Illinois. 

518 Sciuropterus volucella (Pall). American Flying Squirrel. 

512 Sciurus carolinensis Gmel. Gray Squirrel. 

679 Sciurus niger L. Squirrel — Albino. Warsaw, Illinois. 
529 Sciurus niger L. Squirrel — Albino. Morgan County. 
511 Sciurus niger L. Fox Squirrel. 

516 Sewellel. (See Haplodon rufus (Raf). Highlands of -Oregon. 
Silver Mole. (See Scalopus aquaticus machrimus.) 

529 Squirrel — Albino. (See Sciurus niger L.). Morgan County. 

679 Squirrel — Albino. (See Sciurus niger L.) Warsaw, Illinois. 

474 Stoat — Ermine. (See Putorius erminea L. ) 

475 Stoat — Ermine. (See Putorius erminea L.) 
450 Tagussu angulatum. Peccary — Texas. 

519 Tamias asiaticus (Gmel) var. quadrivittatus. Rocky Mountain Chip 

munk. Rocky Mountains. J. W. Powell. 
502 Taxidea americana Bodd. American Badger. Colorado. 

455 Ursus americanus. Black Bear. 

456 Ursus americanus. Black Bear. Skeleton. 
454 Ursus horribilis. Grizzley Bear. 

447 Virginia Deer. (See Odontocoelus americanus.) 

Virginia Deer. (See Odontocoelus americanus.) Buck, doe and fawn. 

446 Virginia Deer. (See Odontocoelus americanus.) 

472 and 473 Virginia Deer. (See Odontocoelus americanus.) 

447 Virginia Deer. (See Odontocoelus americanus.) 
488 Vulpes virginianus Rich. Gray Fox. Female. 

487 Vulpes virginianus Rich. Gray Fox. Male. 

486 Vulpes vulgaris Flem. Red Fox. Anna, Illinois. 

474% Weazel. (See Putorius erminea.) 

493 Western Prairie Dog. (See Cynomys columbianus (Ord.) 

482 Wild Cat — Texas. (See Lynx rufa var. maculata.) 

513 Woodchuck. (See Arctomys monax L.) 

498 Wood Hare. (See Lepus sylvaticus Bachman var. sylvaticus.) 

499 Wood Hare. (See sylvaticus Bachman var. sylvaticus.) 



46 



GEOLOGICAL DISTRIBUTION OF ROCK AND MINERAL 
SPECIMENS FROM ILLINOIS. 

(Arranged Alphabetically According to County.) 



Specimen. 


County. 


Town. 


Remarks. 




Madison 

Pike 


Alton 




Chert 






Chert 








Chert 


Union 


Anna 




Chert 


Will 


Toliet. . . . 






Bureau 


Sheffield 












Greene 








..do 
















Henry 








. . do 














Clay^ Paint 






















Coal, No. 6 


..do 








..do... 






Coal, No. 3 
















Coal, No. 1 


Rock Island 

Clark 














LaSalle 

Rock Island 

Scott 










































Fluorite, Dog- Tooth Spar and Arra- 








Fluorite, Dog-Tooth Spar and Brown 


Hancock 

Hardin 

..do 














..do 






















do 








..do 
















..do.. 








..do... 














Geodes containing Chalcedony, Cal- 








Geodes containing Brown and While 


do 






: containing Dolomite, i 


Hancock 

do 








do 




Geodes containing Brown Calcite 




..do.. 




do 


do 




Geodes containing Asphaltum and 


do 






Geodes containing Quartz and Chal- 


do 


Warsaw 

do 




containing Quartz, C ilcite and 
Pyrite 


'In 




containing 1 ilcite, Keokuk 
Grou i 


..do 


..do 





47 



Geological Distribution — Continued. 



Specimen. 


County. 


Town. 


Remarks. 




JoDaviess 
























Pike 


Cold S pring 






Scott 
















..do 








Pope 








Henry 


Atkinson 






Pope 


Golconda 






Union 








Adams 


Quincy 












..do 


Two miles south of 
Thebes 






..do 












..do 


LaGrange bluff. 






Calhoun 








..do 


Hamburg 








Belt's Place 






..do 


Near Hamburg 






..do 








..do 


Brussels 






..do 








..do 


Cap au Gres bluff 






..do 


..do 






..do 


Near Brussels 






..do 


West Point 








Cap au Gres bluff 






Carroll 


Savanna 






Clark 


Quarry creek 






..do 


Livingston 






..do 








Clay 


Near Louisville 






..do 


Charleston 




Cook 


Chicago 






..do 


Bridgeport 




Limestone, Reynold's Coal No. 12 


Crawford 

..do 


Lindley mill 




Lamb's Place 




Limestone, Coal Measures 


Effingham 

Franklin 


Over Nelson's Coal 










Limestone, Coal Measures 


Fulton 


Carlisle .' 






..do 


Canton 






..do 








Gallatin 

..do 


New Haven 






Equality 






Greene 








..do 








..do 








Grundy 




, 


Limestone, Crinoidal, Low. Cm. 


..do 








Hamilton 

Hancock 

..do 














..do 






..do 


Dallas Citv... 


, t . ■ 




Hardin 




p 








frj 




..do 












. 




. do 


. do^ 




Limestone, Dendritic 








Limestone, Corniferous 


..do 


Bake Oven 






..do 


..do 






..do 






Limestone, Up. Silurian 


..do 








..do 


Bake Oven 






Jersey 








..do 


Beatty's Mound 






..do 








..do 


Grafton 














..do 


Tuttle's mill 




Limestone, Bituminous, Cin. Group . 
Limestone, Bituminous, Cin. Group . 


Kendall 

..do 


AuSable 




Oswego 




Knox 






Limestone' Magn?sian 


LaSalle 


Cement mills 





4S 



Geological Distribution — Continued. 



Specimen. 


County. , 


Town. 


Remarks. 




LaSalle 

..do 








Deer Park 






..do 

..do 


Cement mills 












..do 








..do.. 


















Mt. Pulaski .. 






Madison 

Menard 


Edwardsville Shalt 






Rock creek 




Limestone, Oolitic St. Louis Group... 






..do 


















Prince ville 


Chase's Quar 

Randor township 




..do 






..do 














..do 


DuQuoin 






..do 
















Randolph 


Chester 












..do 








Rock Island . . . 
..do 


Andalusia 












..do 








..do 








..do 








..do •... 








..do 








..do. 








..do .. 


Near Augustana college 

Port Byron 

Milan 

Moline 






..do 






..do 







..do 




Limestone, Coralline Up. Dev 


..do 





..do 


Sylvan Island 

Watertown 

Near Augustana college 






..do.. 







..do 






Saline 






..do 






Lime -stone, Argillaceous 


Scott 






..do. 








..do 






Limestone, Up. Carh. Warsaw Beds.. 
Limestone, Hydraulic, Warsaw Beds. 
Limestone, Hydraulic, Warsaw Beds. 
Limestone, Compact 


..do 






..do.. 




::::::::.. 















..do . 








..do 








..do... 






Li me 31 one, Purple-Chester 


..do 


Two miles northeast 












do. 








Will 








..do... 








..do... 








..do... 








..do 








do 






Limestone, Arenaceous, Cin. Or 


..do 

..do 

..do 


One mile southeast 




Limestone, Arenaceous, ('in. Or 


Two miles southeast 




Limestone, Porous, <'in. Group 

Lime tone, Scomatoptera 


do 


West, of Joliet 




..do 

do 


Two miles easl Wilm- 






Joliet 






do 










1 Miiliel l> 














lo Daviess 

do 






r rite ind Blende 


do 






Fulton 

do 






ria, ft 1th Zinc Blende 

- la, 1 mile Stone 






Otto 





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Geological Distribution — Continued. 



Specimen. 


Count > . 


Town. 

1 


Remarks. 


Sand 


Bureau 

Henrv 


Wyanet 






Geneseo 






Alexander 






Sandstone, Micaceous. Coal No. 6 


Bureau 

..do 


Sheffield 






..do 






..do 


..do 




Sandstone, Hamilton 


Calhoun 








Clark 


Martinsville 




Sandstone, Brown 


..do 








Coles 


Hanging Rock 







Crawford 

Cumberland . . . 

DeKalb 

Fulton 


Holes Quarry 

Jewett 










Kingston 




Sandstone, below Coal No. 6 


Canton 




Sandstone, Chester 


Gallatin 






Sandstone, Calcareous 


Grundy 

..do 


Goose Lake 




Sandstone, Aux Sable . 


A%ix Sable 




Sandstone, Aux Sable 


..do 


Mazon Creek 




Sandstone, Concretionary 


..do 


G oose Lake 




Sandstone, Fossiliferous 


..do... 


Rectorville 












..do... 


Rectorsville 




Sandstone, C. M 


..do 


McLeansboro 












Sandstone and Coal 


Jackson 


Murphvsboro 







Jasper 

Delhi 


Newton quarries 






Sandstone, Red 


LaSalle 

..do 


Ottawa 






Cement Mills 






..do 


Utica 






..do 








..do 








..do 








Ogle 








Bay City . 






Randolph 

. . do 


Liberty. 


::::-::::::::: 


Sandstone, Chester 





Sandstone, C. M 


Richland 

Rock Island ... 

St. Clair 


Near Claremont 




Sandstone, C. M 


Four miles northeast 
Moline 








Sandstone, Chester 






Sandstone. Oriskany 


Union 






Sandstone, Oriskany 


Wayne 






Sandstone, Micaceous 


Will 


One mile south Channa- 
hon 






Alexander 




Shale, Sandv ■ 






Shale, Coal No. 2 


Bureau 






Shale, Indurated 


..do 






Shale, Carbonaceous 


..do 


Tiskilwa 




Shale, Carbonaceous 


..do 


Rockv Run 

Sheffield 




Shale, Carbonaceous 


..do 


Roof of coal No. 6. . 


Shale, Carbonaceous 


..do 


..do 




Shale, Carbonaceous 


..do 






Shale, Calcareous 


Fayette 












Riley's shaft 


Shale, Trenton 


LaSalle 

..do 




Shale, Carbonaceous 






Shale, Roof Shale Coal No. 2. . 


LaSalle 

Menard 






Shale, Bituminous 






Shale, Chester , 


Bav City 




Shale, Chester, with Bryozoans 

Shale, Calcareous 


Randolph 

Rock Island . . . 
..do 










Shale, Bituminous 






Shale, Calcareous 


..do 






Shale, Calcareous 

Shale, CM 


..do 

Sangamon 

Warren 

Will 


Rock Island 


Near August ana college 


Shale, Clay 






Shale, 






Shale, Mid. C in 


..do. 






Shale, Calcareous 


..do . 






Shale 


do 






Shale, Calcareous 


. do . 


.do 




Shale, Calcareous. . . 


..do... 






Slag, Scoriaceous 








Quartz and Calcite 


Hancock 

..do... 






Quartz, Drusy 


..do.. 




Quartzite, Tertiary 


Alexander 


Santa Fo 





50 



Geological Distribution — Concluded. 



Specimen. 


County. 


Town. 


Remarks. 


MISCELLANEOUS. 


Alexander 






Breccia. Kinderhook Group 


Calhoun 








Cook 


Stony Island Quarry. . . 






Fulton 






Petrified Wood (Coal No. 2) 


Grundy 

Hancock 

Hardin 


Morris 






Niota 












JoDaviess 

..do 


Marsden's mine 






Scale's mound 






..do 








Menard 

Pike.... 

Putnam 


Rock creek 






Montezuma 






Hennepin 



















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PUBLICATIONS OF ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM OF NATURAL 

HISTORY. 

[Note — The State Museum was a part of the State Geological Survey from 
1851 to 1877. The following reports all of which are now out of print were 
published by the Survey: Illinois Geological Survey, abstract, J. G. Nor- 
wood, State Geologist; Chicago Daily Press, 1857. Geological Survey of Illi- 
nois, A. H. Worthen, Director, Vol. I, 1866; Vol. II, 1866; Vol. Ill, 1868; 
Vol. IV, 1870; Vol. V, 1873; Vol. VI, 1875. In 1885, Vol. VII, authorized by 
special Act was published and in 1890, Vol. VIII, two parts, edited by Joshua 
Lindahl, was published. Economical Geology of Illinois, Vol. I-III, 1882, 
A. H. Worthen, re-printed from the above reports.] 



The Illinois State Historical Library and Natural History Museum, Worthen, 

Forbes, Johnston, Circular No. 1, 1877. Out of print. 
State Museum of Natural History, A. H. Worthen. 

Bulletin No. 1, 1882. Out of print. 

Bulletin No. 2, 1884. Out of print. 
Report of the State of Illinois Historical Library and Natural History 

Museum, Joshua Lindahl, 1889. Out of print. 
State Museum of Natural History, S. A. Miller and W. P. E. Gurley: 

Bulletin No. 3, 1894, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 4, 1894, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 5, 1894, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 6, 1895, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 7, 1895, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 8, 1896, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 9, 1896, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 10, 1896, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 11, 1896, $1.00. 

Bulletin No. 12, 1897, $1.00. . 
Report on the Illinois State Museum of Natural History, C. H. Crantz, 1902. 

25 cents. 
Report on the Illinois State Museum of Natural History, A. R. Crook, 1907. 

Out of print. 
A History of the Illinois State Museum of Natural History, A. R. Crook, 1907. 

Out of print. 
Biennial Report on the Illinois State Museum of Natural History, A. R. 

Crook, 1908. Gratis. 
Report on the Illinois State Museum of Natural History for the years 1909- 

1910, A. R. Crook, 1911. Gratis. 



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CATALOGUE OF THE LIBRARY OF THE 

ILLINOIS STATE MUSEUM OF 

NATURAL HISTORY. 



PAET II— DICTIOXARY CATALOGUE OF MUSEUM LIBRARY. 



Abbe, Cleveland, Jr. 

Climate of Alaska. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 45, 1906. 
Abbott, Chakles Conrad. 

Catalogue of the Vertebrates of New Jersey. A revision of Dr. Charles 
C. Abbott's catalogue of the vertebrated animals of New Jersey, N. J. 
G. S. Vol. II, Pt. II, 1890. 

Stone Age in Neiv Jersey. Gov't Print. Off., 1877. 

Vice President Section H. A. A. A. S., Address. Vol. XXXVII, Proceed- 
ings, 1883. 
Abhandlungen Naturwissenschaftlichen Verein zu Bremen. 

Band XX, Heft I, 1910. 
Abich, H. 

Beitrage zur Palaontologie des asiatischen Russlands. 
Abstracts of Proceedings Geological Society of London. 

Sessions 1895-1902, 1902-1908, 1908-1909, 1909-1910. 
Abstracts of Reports. Letters, Clippings, U. S. Geological Survey, 1902. 
Abstracts of Two Papers, Crinoids and Nervous System of Comatula. 

By P. H. Carpenter, London, 1880. 
Academy Natural Sciences of Philadelphia. 

Proceedings, 1861-1894. Cope, E. D. 

Proceedings, Parts of 1858, 1860, 1861, 1865-1870, 1875, 1879, 1885, 1886. 

Proceedings, Part I, 1895. 

Notice of the Origin, Progress and Present Condition, 1852. By W. S. 
W. Ruschenberger. 
A< a i) km v Notes. 

Buffalo Academy of Fine Arts, July, 1910. 

A< I I'll M.I.S. 

By Joachim Barrande, Paris, 1881. 
,\< bididae of North America. 

By Cyrus Thomas, Report U. S. G. S. of the Territories, Vol. V, Part I, 
Washington, L873. 
Ada ms, Charles Christopher. 

An Ecological Surrey in Northern Michigan. University Museum, Uni- 
< r.-iiv of Michigan. Published by the State Board of Geological Sur- 
vey, L905. 
Ada \is. C. B. 

Annual Report of the State of Vermont. 



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Adams, George Irving. 

Geology and Water Resources. Patrick and Goshen Hole Quadrangles 
in Wyoming and Western Nebraska, U. S. G. S. Water-supply and 
Irrigation Paper No. 70. 
Physiography and Geology of the Ozark Region, 22d Annual U. S. G. S. 

1900-1901, Part II. 
Economic Geology of the Iola Quadrangle, U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 238, 

1904. 
Gypsum Deposits in the United States, U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 223, 

1904. 
Oil Fields, Texas Coal Measures and Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary of 

the Gulf Coast. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 184, 1901. 
Stratigraphy. Upper Carboniferous Rocks, Kansas Section, U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 211, 1903. 
Zinc and Lead of Northern Arkansas, U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 24, 

1904. 
Choctaw Coal Field, Indian Territory, Taff and Adams, U. S. G. S., 
Part II. 21st Annual Report, 1900. 
Additional Notes ox the Grouping of the Rocks or North Devon. 

By J. B. Jukes. Geological Society of London, 1867. 
Addresses of Persons Interested in Mines and Quarries in Illinois, 1892. 
Address on Public Geological Surveys and Geological Survey of Kentucky. 

By Alexander Winchell, Frankfort, 1867. 
Address on the Conservation of Natural Resources. 

By I. C. White. Conference held at White House, May 13, 1908. 
Address. 

By I. C. Russell. Ninth Annual Meeting Michigan Academy of Science, 
1903. 
Addresses. 

On the Retirement of R. J. L. Guppy from Office of Chief Inspector of 
Schools, Trinidad, 1891. 
Adirondack Mountains. 

Topographical Survey of Adirondack Wilderness, 1874. Colvin, V. 
Advancing St. Louis in Art. 

St. Louis Museum of Fine Arts, 1906. 
Agassiz, Alexaxder. 

Description of Salpa Cabotti, n. p. 1866. 

History of Balanoglossus and Tornaria. (Memoirs Am. Academy Arts 

and Sciences, Vol. IX, XX p. 421, Jan., 1873.) 
Viviparous Echini from Kerguelen Island, n. p. 1876. 
Agassiz Association. 

Swiss Cross, Vol. I, No. 1, 1887. 
Agassiz & Coutinho. 

Sur la Geologic d V Amazone, Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de 
France, Ser. 2, t. 25, 1868. 
Agassiz, Lake. 

By Warren Upham, U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. 25, 1895. 
Agassiz, Louis. 

Contributions to the Natural History of the United States, Vol. I and II, 

1857. 
Letter Concerning Deep Sea Dredgings, U. S. Coast S., n. p. 1871. 
Memoir of Hugh Miller, see Miller, Hugh. Footprints of the Creator 

1851. 
Principles of Zoology, Gould, 1853. 
Age of Mammals in Europe, Asia and North America. 

By H. F. Osborn, 1910. 
Agricultural Botany. 

By Bailey, L. H., Plant-breeding, Macmillan, 1907. 
By Vries, Hugo de, Plant-breeding, Opencourt, 1907. 
Agricultural Experimext Statioxs. 

A. C. True. Bulletin No. 26, U. S. Department of Agriculture, 1895. 



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Agricultural Pests. 

By Chittenden, F. H., Insects Injurious to Vegetables, Orange Judd, 1907. 

By Folsom, J. W., Entomology, 1906. 

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Henry MacCalley, Geol. Sur., 1891. 
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Dept. Of the Interior, 1884. 



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Alabama — Concluded. 

Report on the Geological Structure of Murphree's Valley, by A. M. Gib- 
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Report on the Geology of the Coastal Plain of Alabama, by Eugene A. 

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A Catalogue of North American Diptera, Smithsonian Miscellaneous Col- 
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American Antiquities. 

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American Association of Physio-medical Physicians and Surgeons. 

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American Bell Telephone Company. 

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American Biography. 

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American Bureau of Mines. 

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American Entomological Society Transactions. 

Synopsis of the Families and Genera of the Hymenoptera of America. 
American Forestry. 

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American Fossil Cycads. 

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American Geologist. 

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American Health Magazine. 

May, 1909. 
American Health. 

Official Organ of the American Health League, Vol. 1, 3, 4, 5, 6. 
American Hydroids. 

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American Industrial History. 

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American Journal of Forestry. 

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American Journal of Science. 

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American Journal of Science and Arts. 

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American Journal of Sociology. 

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American Magazine of Natural Science. 

Vol. II, No. 6, Dec, 1893. 
American Men of Science. 

J. McKeen Cattell, Editor. Science Press, N. Y., 1910. 
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Vol. IX, No. 1-8, 1909, Vol. X, No. 1-8, 1910. American Museum of Nat- 
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1867-75, 1881-86, 1889-date, Essex Institute, Vol. 1-9, 15-20, 23-date. 

Vol. 24-42, 43, 44, 45, 1890-1908, 1909, 1910, 1911. Science Press. 
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Scientific Value of Volapuk, Reports of the Committee. 

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American Prohibition Year-book for 1909. 

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American Real Estate Company. 

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Prefecture de la Seine, 1899. 
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American Telephone and Telegraph Company, 1911. 

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The Mechanics of Appalachian Structure, by Bailey Willis, Extract from 

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Publications Relating to Washington County, 1888, Vol. IV. 
Bibliography and Explorations (Botanical), 1888, Vol. IV. 
Gen. Literature of the Igneous Rocks of Ark., 1890, Vol. II. 
Special Petrographic Lit. on Fourche Mt. Region, 1890, Vol. II. 
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Literature <>n th< <;<<>]. <>j the Novaculite Area, 1890, Vol. III. 



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Arkansas Geological Survey — Continued. 

Lit. on the Marbles of Ark., 1890, Vol. IV. 

Bibliography of Fishes of Ark., 1891, Vol. II. 

Bibliography of the Geol. of Ark., 1891, Vol. II. 

Brief Review, of the Lit. Relating to the Tertiary of Southern Ark., 

1892, Vol. II. 
Bibliography of the Geol. of North Ark., 1892, Vol. V. 
The Reports of the Geol. Sur. of Ark., 1892, Vol. V. 

Work of the State Geol., the Assistant Geol., the Chemist, the Topog- 
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Finances. 
Administrative Report for 1888,, by John C. Branner. 
Report Upon Preliminary Examination of the Geol. of Western Central 

Ark., by Theo. B. Comstock. 
The Neozoic Geol. of Southwestern Ark., by Robert T. Hill. 
The Northern Limit of the Mesozoic Rocks in Ark., by 0. P. Hay. 
On the manufacture of Portland Cement, by J. C. Branner. 
A Preliminary Report on a Portion of the Coa% Regions of \Ark„, by 

Arthur Winslow. 
The Preparation of Bernice Anthracite Coal, by Clarence R. Claghorn. 
A New Form of Screen, Especially Adapted to Use with Soft Coals, by 

Arthur Winslow. 
The Geol. of Wash. Co., by Frederick W. Simonds. 
The Fayetteville-Huntsville Section, by Gilbert D. Harris. 
A List of the Plants of Ark., by John C. Branner, and F. V. Coville. 
Notes on the Botany of Ark., by F. Coville. 
The Geol. of Crowley's Ridge, by R. Ellsworth Call. 
On the Relationship of the Pleistocene to the Pre-Pleistocene Formations 

of Crowley's Ridge and Adjacent Areas South of the Limit of Glaci- 

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Maganese; its Uses, Ores and Deposits, by R. A. F. Penrose, Jr. 
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The Basic Dikes Occurring Outside of the Syenite Areas of Ark., by 

J. F. Kemp. 
Tabulation of the Dikes of Igneous Rock of Ark., by J. F. Kemp and J. 

Francis Williams. 
Whetstones and the Novaculites of Ark., by L. S. Griswold. 
The Geol. Age of the Graptolite Shales of Ark., by R. R. Gurley. 
New Species of Graptolites, by R. R. Gurley; 

The Geol. Age of the Rocks of the Novaculite Area, by Charles S. Prosser. 
Marbles and Other Limestones, by T. C. Hopkins. 
Carboniferous Limestones on the South Side of the Boston Mts., by J. 

H. Means. 
The Mineral Waters of Ark., by John C. Branner. 
Sanitary Water Analysis, by Richard N. Brackett. 
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Elevations in the State of Ark., by John C. Branner. 
Observations on the Erosion of the Ark. River Above Little Rock, by 

John C. Branner. 
Magnetic Observations and Meridian Monuments Established in Ark., 

by John C. Branner. 
A Preliminary List of the Myriapoda of Ark., (Exclusive of the Union- 

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A Preliminary List of the Myriapoda of Ark., by Charles H. Bollman. 
A Catalogue of the Fishes of Ark., by Seth Eugene Meek. 
The Geol. of Dallas Co., by C. E. Siebenthal. 
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Arkansas Geological Survey — Concluded. 

The Iron Deposits of Ark., by R. A. F. Penrose, Jr. 

The Tertiary Geol. of Southern Ark., by Gilbert D. Harris. 

The Zinc and Lead Region of North Ark., by John C. Branner. 

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Report of a Geol. Reconnoissance of a Part of the State of Ark., made 

during the year 1857 and 1858, by Edward T. Cox. 
Second report of a Geol. Reconnoissance of the Middle and Southern 

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Report, (etc.) from notes of David Dale Owen, Ed. by E. T. Cox. 
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Chemical Analysis of the Soils, Sub-Soils, Underclays, Clays and Nitre 

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Chemical Analyses Made for the Survey, by William Elderhorst. 
Botanical and Palaeontological Report on the Survey, by Leo Lesquereux. 
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Terracing of Farm Lands, by W. W. Ashe, 1908. N. C. Geol. and Eco- 
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The Cascade Range and Ashland Forest Reserves and Adjacent Regions, 
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The Eastern Interior Goal Field, by Ashley. Extract from the 22d An- 
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Geology and Mineral Resources of Part of the Cumberland Gap Coal 
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The Geology of the Loiver Carboniferous Area of Southern Indiana. 27th 
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The Genesis of Petroleum and Asphaltum in California, by A. S. Cooper. 
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The Clays and Clay Industry of New Jersey, by Heinrich Ries and Henry 
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Constitution, By-laws and Membership, 1897. 
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The American Race; a Linquistic Classification and Ethnographic De- 
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Comparative Tests of Run-of-mine and Briquetted Coal on Locomotives, 

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Binders for Coal Briquets, Investigations Made at the Fuel-testing Plant, 

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Briquetting Tests at the U. S. Fuel-testing Plant, Norfolk, Va., by Charles 
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British Association for the Advancement of Science. 

Visit to Cobalt and Sudbury, Aug. 17-20, Winnepeg Meeting, Aug. 25, 1909. 
British Association Report. 

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Annual Report of the Minister of Mines, 18y9-1909. Maps Natural His- 
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Preliminary Review and Estimate of Mineral Production for the Year 
mm. by \V. F. Robertson 



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British Museum, Catalogue. 

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Catalogue of Blastoiclea in the Geological Department. Trustees, 1886. 

Catalogue of the Fossil Bryozoa in the Department of Geology. Long- 
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Catalogue of the Mesozoic Plants in the Department of Geology. Long- 
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Catalogue Palaeozoic Plants, 1886. 

Cretaceous Bryozoa, by J. W. Gregory, 1899. 

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Fossil Cephalopoda, by A. H. Foord and G. C. Crick. 

Fossil Fishes, by A. S. Woodward. Longmans, 1897-1901. 

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Mesozoic Plants of the Department of Geology, the Wealden Flora. 
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Guide to the Fossil Mammals and Birds in the Department of Geology 
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British Palaeozoic Rocks and Fossils. 

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Geology of Northwestern Missouri, by G. C. Broadhead. 

Notes on Such Rocks of Missouri as Admit of a Fine Polish, by G. C. 
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Schedule Showing Depth of Coal Seams Below Given Horizons, by G. C. 
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Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, Including'' 
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Historical Notes on Early Mining in Missouri; General Geology; Caves; 
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Reports on Boone County and the Ozark Uplift, by G. C. Broadhead. Mo. 
Geol. Sur., Vol. XII, 1898. 



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Broadhead, Garland, Carr — Concluded. 

Reports on the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, by G. C. 
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Preliminary Report on the Rossland, B. C, Mining District. Geol. Sur., 
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Lethaea Geognostica, 3 Vols. Schweizerbart, 1835-38. 
Brooklyn Conchological Club. 

Bulletin, Vol. I, Np. 1, 1907. 
Brooklyn Institute Arts and Sciences. 

Cold Spring Harbor Monographs, I-VII. 

Museum News, Vol. IV, Nos. 1, 5. 

Science Bulletin, No. 1-17, 1901-1910. 
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A Preliminary Report on the Upper Gold Belt of Alabama, in the Counties 
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their Composition, Distribution, Structure, and Microscopic Characters, 
by E. A. Smith, Geo. W. Hawes, J. M. Clements and A. H. Brooks. 
Ala. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 5, 1873. 

The Coal Resources of Alaska, by Brooks. From the 22d Annual Report 
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The Gold Placers of Parts of Seward Peninsula, Alaska, Including the 
Nome, Council, Kougarok, Port Clarence, and Goodhope Precincts, by 
Arthur J. Collier, Frank L. Hess, Philip S. Smith, and A. H. Brooks. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 328, 1908. 

The Fairbanks and Rampart Quadrangles, Yukon Tanana Region, by L. 
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And a Paper on the Water-supply of the Fairbanks Region, by C. C. 
Covert. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 337, 1908. 

The Geology and Geography of Alaska; a Summary of Existing Knowl- 
edge, by A. H. Brooks, With a Section on Climate, by Cleveland Abbe, 
Jr., And a Topographic Map and Description Thereof, by R. U. Goods. 
U. S; G. S. Prof. Paper No. 45, 1906. 

Preliminary Report on the Ketchikan Mining District, Alaska, with an 
Introductory Sketch of the Geology of Southeastern Alaska, by A. H. 
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A Reconnoissance from Pyramid Harbor to Eagle City, Alaska. Includ- 
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A Reconnoissance in the Tanana and White River Basins, Alaska, in 
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1898-99. 

Report on the Progress of Investigations of Mineral Resources of 
Alaska in 190J,, by Brooks. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 259, 284, 1905. 

The Age of the Franklin White Limestone of Sussex County. New 
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Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
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Iron-hearing Rocks (Economic) of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. 
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Catalogue of the Michigan State Collection of the Huronian Rocks and 
Associated Ores, by T. B. Brooks. 



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Brown, Calvin Smith. 

The Lignite of Mississippi. Miss. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 3, 1907. 
Brown, Capt. Thomas. 

Illustrations of the Land and Fresh-ivater Gonchology of Great Britain 

and Ireland. Smith, 1845. 
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Determinative Mineralogy and Blowpipe Analysis. 
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Musee Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique. See Musee Royal d'His- 

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Bryzoatres Fossils. 

By Jules Haime. Paris, 1854. 
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A Synopsis of American Fossil Bryozoa, Including Bibliography and 

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The Bryozoan Fauna of the Rochester Shale, by Ray S. Bassier. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 292, 1906. 
British-Museum. Catalogue of the Fossil Bryozoa in the Department 

of Geology. Vol. II, Longman's, 1896-99. 
Jurassic Bryozoa, by J. W. Gregory. 1896. 
Cretaceous Bryozoa, by J. W. Gregory. 1899. 

Notes on the Polyzoa of Caen and Ranville, Now Preserved in the North- 
hampton Museum, by George Robert Vine. Natural History Society 

and Field Club, Northampton, N. P., 1888. 
A Synopsis of American Fossil Bryozoa, Including Bibliography and 

Synonymy, by John M. Nickles and Ray S. Bassier. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 173, 1900. 
American Palaeozoic Bryozoa. by E. O. Ulrich. Jour, of the Soc. of 

Nat. Hist., 1882-84. 
Report on the Lower Silurian Bryozoa of Minnesota, with Preliminary 

Descriptions of Some New Species, by E. O. Ulrich. From the 14th 

Annual Report of the Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. of Minn., 1886. 
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Bibliography and Synonymy, by J. M. Nickles and Ray S. Bassier. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 173, 1900. 
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By R. Friedlander and Sohn, Berlin, 187,1-1887. 
Buckland, Rev. William. 

Geology and Mineralogy Considered with Reference to Natural Theology. 

Vol. II, Carey, 1837. 
Buckley, Ernest Robertson. 

The Geology of Miller County, by Sydney H. Ball and A. F. Smith, with 

an Introduction by E. R. Buckley. Mo. Bureau of Geology and Mines, 

1903. 
Geology of the Disseminated Lead Deposits of St. Francois and Washing- 
ton Counties, by Buckley. Mo. Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1909. 
The Geology of the Granby Area, by E. R. Buckley and H. A. Buehler. 

Mo. Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1906. 
Public Roads, Their Improvement and Maintenance, by Buckley. Mo. 

Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1907. 
The Quarrying Industry of Missouri, by Buckley and H. A. Buehler. 

Mo. Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1904. 
The Geology of Moniteau County, by F. B. Van Horn, with an Introduc- 
tion by E. R. Buckley. Mo. Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1905. 
Highway Construction in Wisconsin. Bulletin No. 10, Wis. Geol. and 

Nat. Hist. Sur. 
On the Building and Ornamental Stones of Wisconsin. Bulletin No. 4, 

Wis. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. 



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Buckley, S. B. 

Preliminary and First Annual Revort of the Geological and Agricultural 
Survey of Texas. I860, 1874. 
Buckwheat, Kentucky. 

Chemical Examination of the Ashes of the Hemp and Buckwheat Plants, 
with Remarks on Its Bearing on Hemp Culture in Kentucky, by 
Robert Peter. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Buddha and Buddhism. 

The S. S. Howland Collection of Buddhist Religious Art in the National 
Museum, by Immanuel M. Casanowicz. U. S. National Museum, 
annual report for 1904. 
Budge, E. A. Wallis. 

History of Egypt from the End of the Neolithic Period to the Death of 
Cleopatra, 7 B. C. 30, by Henry Frowde. 1902. 

Egypt in the Neolithic and Archaic Periods. 

Egypt Under the Great Pyramid Builders. 

Egypt Under the Amenemhats and Hyksos. 

Egypt and Her Asiatic Empire. 

Egypt Under Rameses the Great. 

Egypt Under the Priest Kings and Tanites and Nubians. 

Egypt Under the Saites, Persians and Ptolemies. 

Egypt Under the Ptolemies and Cleopatra. 

The Mummy, Chapters on Egyptian Funeral Archaeology. Ed. 2, Uni- 
versity Press, 1894. 
Buehler, Henry Andrew. 

The Lime and Cement Resources of Missouri. Mo. Bureau of Geology 
and Mines, 1907. 

The Geology of the Granby Area, by E. R. Buckley and H. A. Buehler. 
Mo. Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1906. 

The Quarrying Industry of Missouri, by E. R. Buckley and H. A. Buehler. 
Mo. Bureau of Geology and Mines, 1904. 
Buffalo. 

Academy of Fine Arts, Academy Notes, July, 1910. 

Historical Society. Annual report of the Board of Managers, 1887-1894. 
Buffalo Society of Natural Sciences. 

Bulletin, 1873-1909, Vol. MX. ^ 
Building Materials. 

The San Francisco Earthquake and Fire of April 18, 1906, and Their 
Effects on Structures and Structural Materials; reports by Grove 
Karl Gilbert, Richard Lewis Humphrey, John Stephen Sewell and 
Frank Soule, With Preface, by Joseph Austin Holmes. U. S. G. S. 
Bulletin No. 324, 1907. The Earthquake as a Natural Phenomenon, 
by G. K. Gilbert. Clays and Clay Industries of Pennsylvania, by T. C. 
Hopkins, appendix to the annual report of the Penn. State College, 
for 1897. Concrete Block Manufacture, by H. H. Rice. John Wiley, 
1906. The Structural and Industrial Materials of California, under 
the direction of Lewis E. Anbury, state mineralogist. Cal. State 
Mining Bureau, Bulletin No. 38, 1906. 

New Jersey. Building Stones of New Jersey, by J. V. Lewis. N. J. 
Geol. Sur., 1863. 

The Fire-resisting Qualities of Some New Jersey Building Stones, by W. 
McCourt. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 

North Carolina. The Building and Ornamental Stones of North Caro- 
lina, by Thomas Watson and Francis B. Laney, With the Collaboration 
by George P. Merrill. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891, Bulletin No. 2. 

See also Bricks; Cement; Iron; Stone; Strength of Materials; Timber. 
Bulletin. 

Annates Societe Geologique de Belgique, 1831, 1890, 1904. 

Bureau of Fisheries. Vol. XXVIII, Doc. 667-724; Vol. XXIV, Doc. 737- 
744. Issued 1911. 

Bureau of Fisheries. Vol. XXIV-XXVIIT, Pt. 1, 1904-1908. 

Charleston Museum. Vol. 2, IV, V, 1906-1909. 



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Bulletin — Concluded. 

Chicago Academy of Sciences. No. 1-6, 1896-1907, Geol. and Nat. Hist. 
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Chicago Academy of Sciences. Vol. I, II, III, VII, Pt. 1, 1883-1909. 

Colorado Scientific Society, Minutes of Meetings, 1907-1900. 

Be la Societe Beige Geologie de Paleontologie et D'hydrologie. Tome 
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De la Societe Geologique de France. (Extraits), 1876-95. 

De la Societe des ■ Sciences Historiques et Naturelles. Map Semur-en- 
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De Uinstitute de Botanique de Buitenzorg. No. 2, 3, 4, 19, 20, 21, 18. 
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Des Inter nationalen Arbeitsants. 

Des Homes Academy of Science. Vol. I, No. 1, 1885. 

Des Seances Societe Royal Malacologique. Tome XXXIV, 1899. 

Detroit Museum of Art. No. 3-7 and 11-15, 1904, 1907. Also Vol. II-V, 
1908-1911. 

Du Museum National D'Histoire Naturelle, 1897-1910. 

Educational Department, New York State Museum. Sixth Report of the 
director of the Science Division, 1910. 

Essex Institute. Vol. 1-30, 1869-1898. 

Grosvenor Library. No. 1, 1901; No. 1, 1903. 

Houston Museum and Scientific Society. No. 1, Constitution, 1910. 

Illinois Farmers' Institute. No. 14, 1909. 

Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History, Vol. VII, contents and in- 
dex, 1910. 

Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History. Vol. VIII and IX, 1908- 
1910. 

Lloyd Library. No. 1-9. 

Mensuel du Bureau Central Mateorologique de France, E. Mascart, di- 
rector. Paris, 1901. 

Milwaukee Public Museum. Vol. I, Art. I, catalogue of the Odonata of 
North America, 1910. 

Minnesota Academy of Natural Sciences. Vol. Ill, No. 1, 1889, and Vol. 
Ill, No. 3, 1901. 

New York Public Library. Vol. 3-11. 

New York State Museum. Nos. 2-6, 7-10, 17, 19, 34, 39, 44, 55, 61, 62, 
121, 1887-1908. 

Ohio Geological Survey, No. 10, Fourth Series. Middle Devonian of 
Ohio, 1909. 

Philippine Museum, No. 1, 2, 3, 4, 1903, 1904. 

Phoenix Free Museum. No. 1, 1903. 

Seismological Society of America. Vol. I, No. 1, 1911. 

Societe Geologique de France. Tome IV, XII, XVII, XVIII, 1846-1861. 

Societe Neuchateloise des Sciences Naturells. Tome XXVII, 1898-1899. 
Neuchatel. 

Southern California Academy of Sciences. * Vol. I-VIII, 1902-1909. 

Torrey Botanical Club. Vol. 25, No. 9, 1889. 

United States Entomological Commission. No. 1, 2, 6, Department of the 
Interior. 

United States Fish Commission. Vol. XI-XX, Pt. 1 and 2, XXI-XXIII, 
Pt. 1, 2, 3. Gov't Print. Off., 1891-1907. 

University of Illinois. Vol. VII, No. 2. Chemical and Biological Survey 
of the Waters of Illinois, 1910. 

Wisconsin Natural History Society. Vol. I-VIII, 1900-10. 
Burchard, Ernest Francis. 

Zinc and Lead Deposits of Northern Arkansas, by George I. Adams, asst. 
by A. H. Purdue and E. F. Burchard, With a Section on the Determina- 
tion and Correlation of Formations, by E. O. Ulrich, U. S. G. S. Prof., 
Paper No. 24, 1904. 



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British Graptolitidae, Monograph of the. 

Part I, by H. A. Nicholson, London. 
Burchard, E. L. 

List and Catalogue of the Publications of the United States Coast and 
Geodetic Survey, 1902. 
Bureau, L. and Oehlert, D. P. 

Notice Explicative de la Feuille Geologique de Chateau. Gontier, n. p., 
n. d. 
Bureau of American Ethnology. 

List of Publications. Bulletin 36. 
Bureau of Fisheries, Documents. 

No. 604, 610, 621, 622, 633, 634, Department of Commerce and Labor. 
Gov't Print. Off., 1906-08. 
Bureau of Information. 

Philadelphia Commercial Museum, 1908. 
Burke, R. T. Avon. 

Geological Survey of Calvert County, Soils, by Bonsteel and R. T. A. 
Burke. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896. 
Burrows, John Shober. 

Mine Sampling and Chemical Analyses of Coals Tested at the U. S. Fuel- 
testing Plant, Norfolk, Ya., in 1907. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 362, 1908. 
Results of Purchasing Coal Under Government Specifications, by J. S. 
Burrows, With a Paper on Burning the Small Sizes of Anthracite for 
Heat and Power Purposes, by Dwight T. Randall. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 
378, 1909. 
Busck, August. 

A List of the North American Lepidoptera and Key to the Literature of 
This Order of Insects, by Harrison G. Dyar, asst. by C. H. Fernald, the 
late Rev. George D. Hulst, and August Busck. U. S. National Museum, 
Bulletin No. 52, 1902. 
Busk, George. 

Monograph of the Fossil Polyzoa of the Crag. Palaeontographical Soc, 
London, 1859. 
Butler, G. M. 

Handbook of Minerals. 
Butler, J. D. 

Pre-Historic Wisconsin. Annual address before the State Historical So- 
ciety of Wisconsin, 1876. 
Butterflies. 

The Butterfly Book, by W. J. Holland. Doubleday, 1907. 
Catalogue of the Described Lepidoptera of North America. Prepared for 
the Smithsonian Institution, by John G. Morris. Smith's Misc. Col., 
Vol. 3, 1860. 
Brief Guide to the Commoner Butterflies of the Northern U. S. and Can- 
ada, by S. H. Scudder. Henry Holt, 1899. 
Life of a Butterfly, by S. H. Scudder. Holt, 1893. 

The Fossil Butterflies of Florrissant, by S. H. Scudder. 8th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1886-87. See also, Lepidoptera. 
Butterflies, Historical Sketch of the Generic Names" Proposed for. 
By S. H. Scudder. (Proceed. Am. Acad. Arts and Sciences), 1875. 
Butts, Charles. 

Economic Geology of the Kittanning and Rural Valley Quadrangles, Penn- 
sylvania. U. S. G. S., Bulletin No. 279, 1906. 



Cain, William. 

Road Materials and Road Construction in North Carolina, by J. A. 
Holmes and William Cain. N. Car. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 4, 1891-93. 
Cur. \i.s. I). I). 

Moose Mountain District of Southern Alberta. Geol. Sur. Canada, 1907. 
Report on Conrad and, Whitehorse Mining Districts. Canada Department 
Of Mi ih'S, 1908. 



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Caxcite. 

The Crystallization of the Calcite from the Copper Mines of Lake Su- 
perior, by Charles Palache. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1893-97. 
Caldwell, William B. 

Report on the Limonite Ores of Trigg, Lyon and Caldivell Counties, 
Known as the "Cumberland River Ores," by Caldwell. Ky. Geol. Sur., 
1873-91. 
Calendar, Maya. 

Mexican and Central American Antiquities, Calendar Systems, and His- 
tory Tiventy-four Papers, by Eduard Seler, E. Forstemann, Paul 
Schellhas, Carl Sapper and E. P. Dieseldorff; Tr. from the German 
under the Supervision of Charles P. Bowditch. Smithsonian Institu- 
tion, Bureau of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 28, 1904. 

The Maya Year, by Cyrus Thomas. U. S. Bureau of American Ethnology, 
Buletin No. 18, 1894. 

Mexican and Central American Antiquities, Calendar Systems, and His- 
tory Twenty-four Papers, by Eduard Seler, E. Forstemann, Paul 
Schellhas, Carl Sapper and E. P. Dieseldorff; Tr. from the German 
under the Supervision of Charles P. Bowditch. Smithsonian Institu- 
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Calhoun, Feed Harvey Hall. 

The Montana Lode of the Keewatin Ice Sheet. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper 
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California Academy of Sciences. 

Occasional Papers. Vol. II, III, IV. 

Proceedings. Vol. Ill, IV, V. 
California, Altitudes. 

Results of Spirit Leveling in California 1896 to 1907, Inclusive, by S. S. 
Gannett and D. H. Baldwin. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 342, 1908. 
California, Antiquities. 

Perforated Stones from California, by Henry W. Henshaw. U. S. G. S. 
Bur. of American Ethnology, Bulletin No. 2, 1887. 
California, Description and Travel. 

California, Topography, Soil, Climate, Productions, Resources and Gen- 
eral Advantages, by C. H. Street & Co. Street, n. d. 

Earthquakes and Fire, 1906. The San Francisao Earthquake and Fire 
of April 18, 1906, and their Effects on Structures and Structural Ma- 
terials; Reports by Grove Karl Gilbert, Richard Lewis Humphrey, 
John Stephen Sewell, and Frank Soule, With Preface, by Joseph A. 
Holmes. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 324, 1907. 
California. 

Geographical Catalogue of the Mollusca Found West of the Rocky Moun- 
tains, Between Latitudes 33° and ^9° North, by J. G. Cooper, San Fran- 
cisco, 1867. Cal. Geol. Sur. 

Vol. 1, 1865-82. Report for 1864-65. Mining Statistics, No. 1, by A. Red- 
mond. Palaeontology. Cal. Geol. Sur., 1864-69. See also Cal. State 
Mining Bureau. 

The Surface Water-supply of California, 1906, by W. B. Clapp. Cal. 
State Board of Examiners. 

Cal. State Mining Bureau. Bulletins, 1888-1907. Vol. LIII. 

Description of Desiccated Human Remains in California State Mining 
Bureau, by Winslow Anderson, 1886. 

No. 3. Gas and Petroleum Yielding Formations of Central Valley of, 
California, by W. L. Watts, 1894. 

No. 7. Bulletin Showing the Mineral Productions of California, by C. G. 
Yale, 1895. 

No. 11. Oil and Gas Formations of Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa 
Barbara Counties, by W. L. Watts, 1896. 

No. 13. Mineral Productions of California, by C. G. Yale, 1897. 

No. 14. Mineral Productions of California for the Year 1898, bv C. G. 
Yale. 



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California — Concluded. 

No. 15. Oil City Oil Fields, Fresno County, California, 1889. 

No. 16. The Genesis of Petroleum, and Asphaltum in California, by A. 

S. Cooper, 1899. 
No. 23. The Copper Resources of California, by L. E. Aubury, 1902. 
No. 24. The Saline Deposits of California, by G. E. Bailey, 1902. 
No. 27. The Quicksilver Resources of California, by W. Forstner, 1903. 
No. 30. Bibliography Relating to the Geology, Paleontology, and Mineral 

Resources of California, by A. W. Vogdes, 1904. 
No. 31. Chemical Analyses of California Petroleum, by H. Nl Cooper, 

1904. 
No. 32. Production and Use of Petroleum in California, by Paul W. 

Prutzman, 1904. 
No. 36. California Mines and Gold Dredging in California, by L. E. 

Aubury, 1905. 
No. 37. Gems, Jewelers' 1 Materials, and Ornamental Stones of California, 

by G. P. Kunz, 1905. 
No. 38. The Structural and Industrial Materials of California, under 

the direction of L. E. Aubury, 1906. 
No. 45, 46, 48, 50, 51, 53. Bulletins. 

Bulletins Shewing Mineral Productions of California, Nos. 7-8, 13, 14. 
Geological Map of the Mother Lode Region, Prepared in 1890 for the 

California State Mining Bureau, by H. W. Fairbanks, San Francisco, 

1896. 
Map of the Forest Hill Divide, Placer County, California, by Ross E. 

Browne. Prepared for the Tenth Annual Report of the State Miner- 
alogist, William Irelan, .Jr., 1890: 
Report Sacramento, 1884-96, No. 4, 6-7, 9-13. 
See also Cal. Geol. Sur. 
California, Surveyor General, Office of. 

Corrected Report of Spanish and Mexican Grants in California Complete 

to February 25, 1886. Published as Supplemental to Official Report of 

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Studies of Tropical American Ferns, No. 1, by W. R. Maxon. 

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Cetoteeii Bolognesii. 

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Erosion Torrentielle Post-Glaciaire. 
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Chalk, Arkansas. 

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Chalk Formations of Northeast Texas. 

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C. Martin. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 289, 1906. 
Mineral Resources of Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Gold Fields of the 

Turnagain Arm Region, by Fred H. Moffit. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 

277, 1906. 
The Southern Appalachian Coal Field, by Charles W. Hayes. From the 

22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, Arkansas. 

The Arkansas Coal Field, by Arthur J. Collier, With Reports on the 

Paleontology, by David White and G. H. Girty. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

No. 326, 1907. 
Preliminary Report on the Camden Coal Field of Southiocstern Arkan- 
sas, by Joseph A. Taff. From the 21st Annual Report on the U. S. G. 

S., 18!)*). 
The Southwestern Coal Field, by J. A. Taff. From the 22d Annual 

Report of the U. S.' G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, California. 

California Geological Survey, 1865-82. 



Ill 

Coal, Colorado. 

The Yampa Coal Field, Routt County, Colorado, by N. M. Fenneman 

and Hoyt S. Gale, With a Chapter on the Character and Use of the 

Yampa Coals, by Marius R. Campbell. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 297, 

1906. 
R< connbissance of the Book Cliffs Coal Field Between Grand River, 

Colo, and Sunnyside. Utah, by G. B. Richardson. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

No. 371, 1909. 
A Preliminary Report on the Coal Deposits of Georgia, by S. W. Mc- 

Callie, Ga. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 12, 1904. 
Coal, Illinois. 

The Eastern Interior Coal Field, by George H. Ashley. From the 22d 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Composition and Character of Illinois Coals, by S. W. Parr, With 

Chapters on the Distribution of the Coal Beds of the State, by A. 

Bement, And Tests of Illinois Coal Under Steam Boilers, by L. P. 

Breckenridge. 111. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 3, 1906. 
Saline Coal and Manufacturing Co. Reports of the President of Direct- 
ors with a Geological Report, by Dr. D. D. Owen, Also a Paper, by E. 

D. Mansfield. Wrightson, 1855. 
Coal, Indiana. 

The Eastern Interior Coal Field, by George H. Ashley. From the 22d 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Report of the Geological Reconnoissance of Indiana, Made During the 

Years 1859 and I860, under the direction of David Dale Owen, Also 

Report on the Analysis of the Soils, by R. Peter; Survey of the Coal 

Fields, by Leo Lesquereux, And Tropical Work, by Joseph Lesley. 

Ind. Geol. Sur., 1862. 
Coal, Indian Territory. 

Geology of the Eastern Choctaw Coal Field, Indian Territory, by J. A. 

Taff and G. I. Adams. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 

1899-1900. 
The Southwestern Coal Field, by J. A. Taff. From the 22d Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, Kansas. 

Notes on the Mining of Thin Coal Seams in Missouri and Kansas, by 

Arthur Winslow. 
Coal, Kentucky. 

The Eastern Interior Coal Field, by George H. Ashley. From the 22d 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Geology and Mineral Resources of Part of the Cumberland Gap Coal 

Field, Kentucky, by George Hall Ashley and Leonidas Chalmers Glenn, 

in cooperation with the State Geological Dept. of Kentucky. U. S. 

G. S. Prof. Paper No. 49, 1906. 
Palaeontological Report of Coal Measure Mollusca, made by Edward T. 

Cox. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1854-1860. 
Report on the Chinn's Branch Cannel-Coal District, by A. R. Crandall. 

Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Greenup, Carter, and Boyd Counties, and a 

Part of Lawrence, by A. R. Crandall. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Menifee County, by A. R. Crandall. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Parts of Jackson and Rockcastle Counties, with 

Map,, by George M. Sullivan. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Whitley County, and a Part of Pulaski, by 

A. R. Crandall. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Topographical and Geological Report of the Country Along the Outcrop 

Base Line, Following the Western Margin of the Eastern Coal Field 

of the State of Kentucky, by Joseph Lesley, Jr. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1854- 

1860. 



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Coal, Kentucky — Concluded. 

Palaeontological Report of the Fossil Flora of the Coal Measures of the 

Western Kentucky Coal Field, by Leo Lesquereux. Ky. Geol. Sur., 

1854-1860. 
Report of the Fossil Flora, and of the Stratigraphical Distribution of 

the Coal in the Kentucky Coal Fields, by Leo Lesquereux. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1854-1860. 
On the Geology of Hancock County, by P. N. Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 

1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of a Section from Near Campton, Wolfe County, 

to the Mouth of Troublesome Creek, Breathitt County, by N. P. Moore. 

Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of the Nolin River District, Embracing Portions 

of Grayson, Edmonson, Hart and Butler Counties, by N. P. Moore. 

Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
A General Account of the Geology of a Part of Ohio County, by Charles 

J. Norwood. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
A Report of a Reconnoissance of a Part of the Breckenridge Cannel Coal 

District, by Charles J. Norwood. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Coal Resources of the Russell Fork Basin in Kentucky and Virginia, by 

Ralph W. Stone. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 348, 1908. 
Coal, Maine. 

The Geology of the Perry Basin in Southeastern Maine, by George Otis 

Smith and David White. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 35, 1905. 
Coal, Maryland. 

Distribution and Character of the Maryland Coal Beds, by W. B. Clark. 

Md. Geol. Sur., 1905. 
The Northern Appalachian Coal Field, Embracing Papers on the Bitu- 
minous Coal Fields of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Ohio, by David 

White, Marius R. Campbell and Robert M. Haseltine. From the 22d 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, Michigan. 

Geological Report on Bay County, Michigan, by W. F. Cooper. Mich. 

Board of Geol. Sur., Annual Report for 1905. 
Coal of Michigan, Its Mode of Occurrence and Quality, by Alfred C. 

Lane. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1902. 
The Northern Interior Coal Field, by Alfred C. Lane. From the 22d 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal in Lower Michigan. A report prepared for the State Board of 

Geol. Sur. and published serially in the "Michigan Miner," by Alfred 

C. Lane, 1899. 
Coal, Missouri. 

A Preliminary Report on the Coal Deposits of Missouri, from Field 

Work Prosecuted During the Years 1890-1901, by Arthur Winslow. Mo. 

Geol. Sur., 1891. 
Notes on the Mining of Thin Coal Seams in Missouri and Kansas, by 

Arthur Winslow. 
Administrative Report, by Arthur Winslow. Notes on the Coal Beds of 

Lafayette County, by Winslow. Notes on the Building Stones, Clays, 

and Sands of Iron, St. Francois and Madison Counties, by G. E. Ladd. 

The Mineral Waters of Saline County, by A. E. Woodward. A Pre- 
liminary Catalogue of the Fossils Occurring in Missouri, by G. Ham- 
bach. Mo. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, 1890. 
Coal, North Carolina. 

The Atlantic Coast TriaSsic Coal Field, by Jay Backus Woodworth. 

From the 22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, Nova Scotia. 

Report on a Topographical Survey of Part of the Cumberland Coal Field, 

by H. Y. Hind. Citizen Pub. Co., 1873. 



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Coal, Ohio. 

Report of Geological Investigations Along the Line of the Cleveland, 
Canton, Coshocton d- Straitsville Railioay, made to Hon. R. B. Dennis, 
President, by E. B. Andrews. Robison, 1878. 

Coal: Pt. I. Coals of the Monongahela Formation or Upper Productive 
Coal Measures; Pt. II. Chemical Analyses and Calorific Tests of the 
Clarion, Loiver Kittanning, Middle Kittanning and Upper Freeport 
Coals, by J. A. Bownocker. Ohio Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 9, 1908. 

Report on the Economical Geology of the Route of the Ashtabula and 
New Lisbon Railroad made November 1, 1856, by J. S. Newberry. 
Cowles, 1857. 

Report of the Geological Survey of Ohio. Vol. VII, Economic Geology. 
Archaeology. Botany. Paleontology. Ohio Geol. Sur., 1893. 

Economic Geology of the Kenova Quadrangle, Kentucky, Ohio, and West 
Virginia, by William Clifton Phalen. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 349, 
1908. 

The Northern Appalachian Coal Field, Embracing on the Bituminous 
Fields of Pennsylvania, Maryland, and Ohio, by David White, Marius 
Campbell and Robert M. Haseltine. From the 22d Annual Report 
of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 

The Geology of Lawrence County. To Which is Appended a Special 
Report on the Correlation of the Coal Measures of Western Pennsyl- 
vania and Eastern Ohio, by I. C. White. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1879. 

Great Seam Coal Region, by Charles Whittlesey, 1877. 
Coal, Oregon. 

The Coos Bay Coal Field, Oregon, by J. S. Diller. U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
Coal, Pacific Coast. 

The Pacific Coast Coal Fields, by George Otis Smith. From the 22d 
Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, Pennsylvania. 

First Report of Progress in the Anthracite Coal Region. The Geology 
of the Panther Creek Basin or Eastern End of the Southern Field, 
by Chas. A. Ashburner. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1883. 

Second Report of Progress in the Anthracite Coal Region. Pt. I, Sta- 
tistics of Production and Shipment for 1883-1884, by Chas. A. Ash- 
burner. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1885. 

Economic Geology of the Kittanning and Rural Valley Quadrangles, 
Pennsylvania, by Charles Butts. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 279, 1906. 

A Revision of the Bituminous Coal Measures of Clearfield County, by 
H. M. Chance. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1884. 

Report on the Mining Methods and Appliances Used in the Anthracite 
Coal Fields, by H. M. Chance. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1883. 

Revision and Correction of the Semi-Bituminous Coal Section at Wel- 
lersburg in Somerset County, Pa., as published in the annual report 
of the Geol. Sur. for 1885. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1889. By Lesley. 

Final Report Ordered by Legislature, 1891. A General Index of the 
Final Summary Report of the Geology of Pennsylvania, by J. P. 
Lesley. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1895. 

Final Report Ordered by Legislature, 1891. A Summary Description of 
the Geology of Pennsylvania, by J. P. Lesley. Penn. Geol. Sur., 
1892-95. 

Report of Progress, 1874-1899, J. P. Lesley, state geologist. Penn. 
Geol. Sur., 1875-91. 

The Geology of Pennsylvania, a Government Survey, with a General 
View of the Geology of the United Stutes, Essays on Coal Formation 
and Its Fossils, and a Description of the Coal Fields of North America 
and Great Britain, by Henry Darwin Rogers. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1858. 

Pennsylvania. Waste of Coal Mining, Commission on report, May, 1893. 
Allen, 1893. 



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114 

Coal, Pennsylvania — Concluded. 

A Special Report to the Legislature Upon the Causes, Kinds and Amount 
of Waste in Mining Anthracite, by Franklin Piatt. With a Chapter 
on the Methods of Mining, by John Price Wetherill. Penn. Geol. Sur., 
1881. 

Report of Progress in the Cambria and Somerset District of the Bitu- 
minous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by F. and W. G. Piatt. 
Penn. Geol. Sur., 1877. 

Report of Progress in the Clearfield and Jefferson District of the Bitu- 
minous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by Franklin Piatt. 
Penn. Geol. Sur., 1875. 

Special Report on the Coke Manufacture of the Youghiogheny River 
Valley in Fayette and Westmoreland Counties, by F. Piatt. A Report 
on the Methods of Cooking, by John Fulton. A Report on the Use of 
Natural Gas in the Iron Manufacture, by J. B. Perse and F. Piatt. 
Penn. Geol. Sur., 1876. 

Report of Progress in Jefferson County, by W. G. Piatt. Penn. Geol. 
Sur., 1881. 

Report of Progress in Indiana County, by W. G. Piatt. Penn. Geol. Sur., 
1878. 

Report of Progress in Bradford and Tioga Counties. 1. Limits of the 
Catskill and Cheming Formation, by Andrew Sherwood. 2. Descrip- 
tion of the Barclay, Blossbury, Fall Brook, Arnot, Antrim and Gaines 
Coal Fields, and at the Forks of Pine Creek in Potter County, by F. 
Piatt. 3. On the Coking of Bituminous Coal, by J. Fulton. Penn. 
Geol.. Sur., 1878. 

The Geology of Lycoming and Sullivan Counties. 1. Field Notes, by 
Andrew Sherwood. 2. Coal Basins, by F. Piatt. Penn. Geol. Sur., 
1880. 

The Geology of Potter County, by Andrew Sherwood. Report on the 
Coal Fields, by F. Piatt. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1880. 

Report of Progress in the Fayette and Westmoreland District of the 
Bituminous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by J. J. Stevenson. 
Penn. Geol. Sur., 1877-78. 

Report of Progress in the Greene and Washington District of the Bitu- 
minous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by J. J. Stevenson. 
Penn. Geol. Sur., 1876. 

The Pennsylvania Anthracite Coal Field, by H. H. Stoek. From the 22d 
Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 

Mineral Resources of the Elders Ridqe Quadrangle, Pennsylvania, by 
Ralph W. Stone. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 256, 1905. 

Report on the Coal Mines of the Monongahela River Region, from the 
West Virginia State Line to Pittsburgh, Including , the Mines on the 
Loiver Youghiogheny River, by J. S. Wall. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1884. 

The Northern Appalachian Coal Field, Embracing Papers on the Bitu- 
minous Coal Fields of Pennsylvania, Maryland and Ohio, by David 
White, Marius R. Campbell and Robert M. Haseltine. From the 22d 
Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1902. 

New General Map of the Anthracite Region, Revised to Date, 1890. 
Penn. Geol. Sur., 1890. 

Report of I'rogress in the Beaver River District of the Bituminous Coal 
Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by I. C. White. Penn. Geol. Sur., 
1878. 

The Geology of Lawrence County. To Which Is Appended a Special 
i:< port <>n, the Correlation of the Coal Measures of Western Pennsyl- 
vania and Eastern Ohio, by T. C. White. Penn. Geol. Sur., 1879. 
Coal, Texas. 

The Southwestern Coal Field, by J. 'A. Taff. From the 22d Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 

Reconnaissance in the Rio Gra/udr, Coal Fields of Texas, by Thomas 
Wayland Vaughan, Including a Report on the Igneous Rocks from the 
8an Carlos Coal Field, by E. C. E. Lord. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 164, 
1900. 



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Coal, U. S. 

The Asphalt and Bituminous Rock Deposits of the United States, by 

George H. Eldridge. From the 22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 

1900-1901. 
The Coal Fields of the United States, by Charles Willard Hayes. Prom 

the 22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, Utah. 

■Reconnaissance of the Booh Cliffs Coal Field Betiueen Grand River, 

Colorado, and Sunnyside, Utah, by G. B. Richardson. U. S. G. S. Bul- 
letin No.- 371, 1909. 
Coal, Virginia. 

Coal Resources of the Russell Fork, Basin in Kentucky and Virginia, by 

Ralph W. Stone. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 348, 1908. 
The Atlantic Coast Triassic Coal Field, by Jay Backus Woodworth. 

From the 22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, Washington. 

Some Coal Fields of Juget Sound, by Bailey Willis. From the 18th 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
Coal, Western States. 

The Western Interior Coal Field, by H. Foster Bain. From the 22d 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
The Rocky Mountain Coal Fields, by L. S. Stoors. From the 22d Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Coal, West Virginia. 

The Potomac and Roaring Creek Coal Fields, in West Virginia, by J. D. 

Weeks. From the 14th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. 

G. S., 1892-93. 
Coal, Wyoming. 

Geography and Geology of a Portion of Southwestern Wyoming, with 

Special Reference to Coal and Oil, by A. C. Veatch. U. S. G. S. Prof. 

Paper, No. 56, 1907. 
Coal. 

See, also, Coal Gas; Briquets; Lignite; Mines and Mining. 
Coal, Testing. 

Washing and Coking Tests of Coal at the Fuel-Testing Plant, Denver, 

Colo., July 1, 1907, to June 30, 1908, by A. W. Belden, G. H. Delamater 

and J. W. Groves. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 368, 1909. 
A Study of Our Hundred Steaming Tests Made at the Fuel-Testing 

Plant, St. Louis, Mo., in 1904 and 1906, by Lester P. Breckenridge. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 325, 1907. 
Mine Sampling and Chemical Analyses of Coals Tested at the United 

States Fuel-Testing Plant, Norfolk, Va., in 1901, by John Shober Bur- 
rows. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 362, 1908. 
Comparative Tests of Run-of-Mine and Briquetted Coal on Locomotives, 

Including Torpedo Boat Tests and Some Foreign Specifications for 

Briquetted Fuel, by W. F. M. Goss. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 363, 1908. 
Experimental Work Conducted in the Chemical Laboratories of the 

United States Fuel-Testing Plant at St. Louis, Mo., January 1, 1905, 

to July 31, 1906, by N. W. Lord. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 323, 1907. 
Washing and Coking Tests of Coal and Cupola Tests of Coke Conducted 

oy the United States Fuel-Testing Plant at St. Louis, Mo.. January 1, 

1905, to June 30, 1907, by Richard Moldenke, A. W. Belden and G. R. 

Delamater, with introduction by J. A. Holmes. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

No. 336, 1908. 
Preliminary Report on the Operations of the Coal-Testing Plant of the 

U. S. G. S. at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904, 

by Edward W. Parker, Joseph A. Holmes, Marius R. Campbell. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 261, 1905. 
Report on the Operations of the Coal-Testing Plant of the United States 

Geol. Sur. at the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, St. Louis, Mo., 1904, 

by Edward W. Parker, J. A. Holmes, Marius R. Campbell. U. S. G. S. 

Prof. Paper No. 48, 1906. 



116 

Coal, Testing — Concluded. 

The Purchase of Coal Under Government and Commercial Specifications 

on the Basis of Its Heating Value, with Analyses of Coal Delivered 

Under Government Contracts, by D. T. Randall. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

No. 339, 1908. 

Tests of Coal and Briquets as Fuel for House-Heating Boilers, by D. T. 

Randall. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 366, 1908. 
Preliminary Report on the Operations of the Fuel-Testing Plant of the 
United States Geol. Sur. at St. Louis, Mo., 1905, by J. A. Holmes. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 290, 1906. 
Report of the United States Fuel-Testing Plant, at St. Louis, Mo., Janu- 
ary 1, 1906, to June SO, 1901, by J. A. Holmes. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 
No. 332, 1908. 
Coasts. 

Changes Along the New Jersey Coast, by Lewis M. Haupt. N. J. Geol. 
Sur., 1863. 
Cobalt & Sudberry. 

Winnipeg Meeting, British Association for the Advancement of Science, 
August, 1909. 
Cobb, Henry. 

Report of the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, Including 
Field Work of 1873-1814, by Garland C Broadhead. Historical Notes 
on Early Mining in Missouri, by G. C. Broadbead. Mo. Geol. Sur., 
1874. 
Cobb, John N. 

Investigations Relative to the Shad Fisheries of North Carolina. N. C. 
Geol. Sur., 1906. 

COCCHE, IGINO. 

Roches Ignees et Sedimentaires, 1856. 
Cockroaches, Fossil. 

Revision of the American Fossil Cockroaches, with Descriptions of New 
Forms, by S. H. Scudder. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 124, 1895. 
Codex Dresdensis, 1502. 

The Maya Year, by Thomas. U. S. Bur. of Ethnology, Bulletin No. 18, 
1894. 
Coelodon. 

By J. Reinhardt. Kjobenhavn, 1878. 
Coffee, G. N. & Party. 

Soil Survey of Clay County. Illinois Bureau of Soils, 1902. Map. 

Soil Survey of St. Clair County. Illinois Bureau of Soils, 1902. Map. 

Soil Survey of Tazewell County. Illinois Bureau of Soils, 1902. Map. 

COGLAN, T. A. 

Seven Colonies of Australasia, 1891 and 1892. 

Wealth and Progress of New South Wales, 1890-91. Chapman, 1891. 
Coke. 

The Manufacture of Coke in 1898, by Edward W. Parker. U. S. G. S., 
1899. Special Report on the Coke Manufacture of the Youghliogheny 
River Valley in Fayette and Westmoreland Counties, with Geological 
Notes of the Coal and Iron Ore Beds, by Franklin Piatt. Penn. Geol. 
Sur., 1876. 
Coker, Robert Ervin. 

Experiments in Oyster Culture in Pamlico Sound, North Carolina, by 

R. E. Coker. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. 
The Natural History and Cultivation of the Diamond-back Terrapin. 

X. ('. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 14, 1906. 
Oyster Culture in North Carolina. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. 
Colby, Fbane Moobe, and Chubchill, A. L. 

New International Year Book. Dodd, 1909. 
Cold Spbing Habbob Monogbaphs. 

Brooklyn /vslilnlr A, Is and, Sciences, 1903-1909. 



117 

Cole, Burt. 

Storage Reservoirs on Stony Creek, California. U. S. G. S. Water-supply- 
Paper No. 86, 1903. 
Cole, Leon J. 

The Delta of the St. Clair River. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1903. 
Collections. 

Des Fossiles, by A. Maestricht. Liege, 1887. 

Illinois State Historical Library, Vol. IV, Governor's Letters, etc., 1818- 

1834. 
Wisconsin State Historical Society, for the years 1873, 1874, 1875 and 

1876. Vol. VII. 
Wisconsin State Historical Society, for the years 1877, 1878 and 1879. 
Vol. VIII. 

C^OT T F*P1^ CtF'OT ocy 

By T. C Chamberlin and R. D. Salisbury. Henry Holt & Co., 1909. 
Collett, John. 

A General Description of the State of Indiana. First Annual Report of 

the Bureau of Statistics and Geology for 1879. 
Geological Report on Harrison and Crawford Counties, Indiana. From 

the 10th Annual Report of the Geological Sur. of Indiana, 1878. 
List of Fossils of the Carboniferous Formation Found in the Coal Meas- 
ures, Chester, St. Louis, Keokuk and Knobston Groups of Harrison 

County, Ind. From the 10th Annual Report of the Geol. Sur. of Ind., 

1878. 
Collier, Arthur James. 

The Arkansas Coal Field. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 326, 1907. 

The Coal Resources of the Yukon, Alaska. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 218, 

1903. 
Geology and Coal Resources of the Cape Lisburne Region, Alaska. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 278, 1906. 
The Gold Placers of Parts of Seward Peninsula, Alaska, Including Nome, 

Council, Kougarok, Port Clarence, and Goodhope Precincts. U. S. G. 

S. Bulletin No. 328, 1908. 
A Reconnoissance of the Northwestern Portion of Seward Peninsula, 

Alaska. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 2, 1902. 
The Tin Deposits of the York Region, Alaska. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 

229, 1904. 
Collins, W. H. 

Geological Reconnoissance. Canada Dept. Mines, Geol. Sur., 1909. (Pub. 

1059.) 
Preliminary Report on Gowanda Mining Division. Canada Dept. Mines, 

1909. 
Report on a Portion of Northwestern Ontario. Canada Dept. Mines, 1908. 
Collomb, Ed. and Desor, Ed. 

De U Anciennete de U Homme, Wolfrath, 1861. 
Collomb, Edouard. 

Glacier des Voges, 1848. 
Collomb, Ed., Prevost, C. and Hebert, M. 

Institute de France Academy des Sciences. 

Preuves de V Existence D' Anciens Glaciers, 1847. Victor Masson, Paris. 
Colonial Museum Report. 

Xeto Zealand Geological Survey, 1866-1867. 



118 

Colorado. 

Biennial Report of the State Geologist, 1879-80. 

Exploring Expedition, General Report, by J. C. Ives, War Dept, Wash- 
ington, 1857-58. 
Description and Travel, Gazetteers. A Gazetteer of Colorado, by Henry 

Gannett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 291, 1906. 
Desert. Ground Waters of the Indio Region, California, with a Sketch 
of the Colorado Desert, by Walter C. Mendenhall. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply Paper 225, 1909. 
Report of the State Geologist of the State of Colorado, 1879-80. 
Report on the Development of the Mineral, Metallurgical, Agricultural, 
Pastorial, and Other Resources of Colorado. Col. Geologist, Denver, 
Colo., 1881. 
Colorado River. 

The Austin Dam, by Thomas U. Taylor. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper 

No. 40, 1900. 
A Canyon Yoyage. The Narrative of the Second Powell Expedition Down 
the Green-Colorado River from Wyoming and the Explorations on Land 
in the Years 1871 and 1872, by F. S. Dellenbaugh. Putnam, 1908. 
Colorado Scientific Society. 

Bulletin, Minutes of Meetings, 1897-1900. 
Colorado Scientific Society. 

Proceedings, Vol. I-VIII, 1883-1908. 
Colorado School of Mines Quarterly. Geological and Mineralogical Num- 
ber, Vol. II, No. 2, 1807. 
Colvin, Verplanck. 

Report on the Topographical Survey of the Adirondack Wilderness of 
New York for the Year 1873. Weed, 1874. 
Coman, C. 

Oak-land and Pine-land Belts and Their Relation to Agriculture. N. J. 

Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Terrace Formations of the Atlantic Coast and Along the Delaware River. 
N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Combes, Edward. 

New South Wales, Paris Universal Exhibition of 1899. Report on Tech- 
nical Education and Manual Training, 1891. 
Combs, J. L. 

Etudes Geologique sur U Anciennete de U Homme. 
Comet, Ignatius Donnelly's. 

By Alexander Winchell. (Rep. from the New Review, The Forum, 
Vol. IV, 1887.) 
Commerce News. 

Springfield Chamber of Commerce, June, 1909. 
Commerce. 

See also Banks and Banking; Canals; Inland Navigation; Harbors; Rail- 
roads; Transportation. 
Commercial Relations of the United States. 
Vol. III. House of Representatives, 1857. 
Commissaro Geographica e Geologica de Sao Paulo. 
Boletim, No. 1-14. 
Meteorology, 1891-1897. • 
Commissioner of Education. 

Report on School Architecture. 
Comparison ok North American and European Glacial Deposits. 

By Frank Leverett. (Reprint from Zeitschrift fur Gletscherkunde. 
Vol. IV, Berlin, 1910.) 
Comparisons of the Iceijfrgs of Belle-Isle, with Glaciers of Mont. Blanc. 

By J. W. Dawson. 
Compilation of the Volvab of the United States. 

By C. G. Lloyd, 1898. 
Complete [ndes of the Monist. 

Vol. I XVII, 18!)0-1!)07. Open Court Publishing Company, Chicago, 1908. 



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Comstock, John Henry. 

Insect Life. Appleton, 1908. 
Comstock, J. H. and Botsford, Anna. 

Manual for the Study of Insects. 
Comstock, Lode. 

Geology of the Comstock Lode and the Washoe District, with Atlas, by 

George F. Becker. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. Ill, 1882. 
A Geology of the Comstock Lode and Washoe District, by G. F. Becker. 

From the annual report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1880-81. 
Comstock Mining and Miners, by Eliot Lord. U. S. G. S., 1883. Mono- 
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COMUNICACIONES DEL MUSEO NACIONAL DE BUENOS AlRES. 

Tomo I, No. 1-7 and 8-10. 
Concerning the Documentary History of the American Industrial Society, 
conchological club, brooklyn. 
Bulletin, Vol. I, No. 1, 1907. 

CONCHOLOGY, MANUAL OF. 

By G. W. Tryon, Jr. Vol. V, Pts. 2, 3, 4 and Vol. VI, Pt. 1. Phila- 
delphia, 1884. 

CONCHOLOGY, PUBLICATIONS ON RECENT. 

By Isaac Lea. (Bxt. from List of American Writers on Recent Con- 
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CONCHOLOGY. 

See Mollusks. 

CONCHYLIORUM. 

By Martini Lister, 1865, London. 
Concrete. 

The Strength of Concrete Beams, Results of Tests of 108 Beams made 
at the Structural-Materials Testing Laboratories, by Richard L. Hum- 
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Concrete Block Manufacture, by H. H. Rice. John Wiley, 1906. 

See also Cement. 
Conrda, George Evart. 

Geology and Water Resources of a Portion of the Missouri River Valley 
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Geology and Water Resources of the Republican River Valley and Adja- 
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Confltt dans le District Anthracifere de Pennsylvanie in 1906. 

By Ed. Loze, Bruxelles. 

CONGRES GEOLOGIQUE INTERNATIONAL. 

Session XI, 1910. Stockholm. 

CONGRESO ClENTIFICO JENERAL CHILENO. 

1894. Santiago de Chile. 
Congress International d' Anthropologie et d' Archeologie Pre-Historiques. 

Compte Rendu de la Cinquieme Session a Bologne 1871. Fava, 1873. 
Connecticut, Description and Travel. 

A Geographic Dictionary of Connecticut, by Henry Gannett. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 117, 1894. 
Biennial Report of the Commissioners. Conn. Geol. Sur., 1904. 
Bulletin, No. 1-12, 14, 1903-08. Conn. Geol. and Natural Hist. Sur. 
A Report on the Geological Survey of Connecticut, by Charles Upham 
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Conn, Herbert William. 

A Preliminary Report on the Algae of the Fresh Waters of Connecticut. 

Conn. Geol. and Natural Hist. Survey, Bulletin No. 10, 1908. 
A Preliminary Report on the Protozoa of the Fresh Waters of Connecti- 
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Conrad, C. P. 

Silver in Arkansas. Adams, 1880. 



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Conrad, Timothy Abbott. 

Checklist of the Invertebrate Fossils of North America Eocene and 

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Contributions to the Tertiary Paleontology of the Pacific Coast. I. The 
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G. S. Prof. Paper No. 59, 1909. 
Description of New Fossil Shells of the Upper Amazon. 
Monography of the Family TJnionidae. 

Republication of Conrad's Fossils of the Medial Tertiary of the United 
States with an Introduction, by W. H. Dall, 1893. 
Conservation of Natural Resources in the United States. 

By C. R. VanHise. New York, 1910. 
Constitution, Annual Report and Papers. 

Read before Western Horticultural Society, 1898, 1899. 
Constitution and By-laws. 

Davenport Academy of Sciences, 1889. 
Michigan Academy of Science, 1900. 
Constitution and Rules. 

National Academy of Sciences. As amended and adopted April 17, 1872. 
Construction of Maps in Relief. 

By J. H. Harden and E. B. Harden. (Am. Inst. Mining Engineers, 
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Consumption. 

Cause and Prevention of Consumption. 111. State Board of Health, 1908. 
Contents and Index of the Reports of the State Entomologist of Illinois. 

By S. A. Forbes, XIII-XXIV, 1884-1908. 
Contribution. 

A U Etude des Lapies en Carniole, by Emile Chaix-DuBois & Andre 

Chaix. 
A UEtude des Lapies, Le Silbern, by Emile Chaix-DuBois Geneve, 1905 
Avec une Notice sur la terra Rossa, by Alfred Monnier. Geneve, 1907. 
To Our Knowledge of Paleozoic Arachnida, by S. H. Scudder, 1884. 
To the Archaeology of Missouri, by W. B. Potter. (St. Louis Acad, of 

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To the Fauna of the Gulf of Mexico, by C. L. Herrick. (Memoirs Den- 

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To the Natural History of the United States, by Louis Agassiz. Vol. I 

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To the Ornothology of San Domingo, by G. K. Cherrie. Field Museum 
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Cooke, Rev. A. H. 

Cambridge Natural History, Vol. III. Molluscs. 
Cook, George Hammell. 

Geology of New Jersey. By authority of the legislature, 1868. 
Report on the Terminal Moraine in Pennsylvania and Western New 
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Geologic Map of Part of New Jersey to Illustrate Whitfield's Paleontol- 
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Cooley, L. E. 

Lakes and Gulf Waterway as Related to the Chicago Sanitary Problem. 
Weston, 1891. 
Coons, Altela Titswobth. 

Sidle Deposits and Slate Industry of the United States, by T. Nelson 
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Coons. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 275, 1906. 
Coopek, A. S. 

The Genesis of Petroleum and Asphaltum in California. Cal. State 
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Cooper, H. 

Chemical Analyses of California Petroleum. Cal. State Mining Bur. 

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Cooper, James Graham. 

Geographical Catalogue of the Mollusca Found West of the Rocky 

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Cooper, William Funk. 

Geological Report on Bay County, Michigan. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1906. 
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Geological Report on Huron County, Michigan, by A. C. Lane. Mich. 

Geol. Sur., 1900. 
Cope, E. D. 

Batrachia and Reptilia of Costa Rica. Atlas, 1877.- 

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Contributions to Canadian Palaeontology, Vol. Ill, Geol. Sur., Canada, 

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Extinct Rodentia of North America, 1883. 
The Extinct Sirenia, 1890. 
Homologies and Origin of the Types of Molar Teeth of Mammalia 

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The Mechanical Causes of the Origin of the Dentition of the Rodentia. 
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The Origin of the Will, 1877. 
Palaeontological Bulletin, Nos. 1-15, 22-40. 
Partial Synopsis of the Fresh Water Fishes of North Carolina. Cope, 

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Preliminary Report on the Vertebrate Palaeontology of the Llano Esta- 

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Relation of the Sexes to Government. 

Report on Palaeontology of the Vertebrata. Texas Geol. Sur. 
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Significance of Paleontology. 
Sketch of the Zoology of Maryland, 1873. 
Sketch of the Zoology of Ohio. 
Sketch of the Zoology of Pennsylvania, 1872. 
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Cal. State Mining Bur. 'Bulletin No. 23, 1902. 
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Missouri-Shannon Co. Industrial Report on Lead, Zinc and Iron, 

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New Jersey. Notes on Copper Mines, by Henry B. Kummel. N. J. Geol. 

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The Origin and Relations of the Newark Rocks. The Newark Copper 

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Wisconsin. The Copper-Bearing Rocks of Lake Superior, by R. D. 

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Wyoming. The Copper Deposits of the Encampment District, Wyoming, 

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Copper-Bearing Rocks. 

By Raphael Pumpelly. (Proceed. Am. Acad. Arts & Sciences.) 
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Recent Madreporaria of the Hawaiian Islands and Laysan, by T. W. 

Vaughan. U. S. Nat. Museum Bulletin No. 59 ,1907. 
Monographs of the British Fossil Corals, by P. M. Duncan. Palaeouto- 

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Monographs of British Fossil Corals, by H. M. Edwards and Jules 

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Corals from the Coral Limestone of Lion Creek, Stanwell, near Rock- 

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Kentucky Fossil Corals; a Monograph of the Fossil Corals of the Silurian 

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Palaeontology. Fossil Corals, by C. Rominger. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1876. 
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G. S. Bulletin No. 205, 1903. 
The Eocene and Lower Oligocene Coral Faunas of the United States, with 

Descriptions of a Few Doubtfully Cretaceous Species, by T. W. Vaughan. 

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Sponges Graptolites and Corals from the Lower Silurian of Minnesota, 

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Corundum. 

Corundum and its Occurrence and Distribution in the United States, by 

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The Occurrence and Distribution of Corundum in the United States, by 

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North Carolina. Corundum and the Basic Magncsian Rocks of Western 

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Cory, C. B. 

Birds of Eastern North America. Field Museum, 1899. 

Birds of Illinois and Wisconsin. Field Museum, Zoological Series, Vol. 
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Cosmography. 

See Universe. 
Costa Rica, Botany. 

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The Lecythidaceae of Costa Rica, by H. Pittier de- Fabrega. Contribu- 
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Echinoderms. (Ext. du Bulle. de la Societe Geol. de France, 1860.) 
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The Cotton Worm, by A. R. Grote. Ala.' Geol. Sur., 1875. 
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Avifauna Columbiana; Being a List of Birds Ascertained to Inhabit the 
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Birds of the Colorado Valley, 1878. U. S. Geol. Sur. 

Birds of the Northwest. (U. S. Geol. Sur. of the Territories, 1874.) 

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Fur-bearing Animals. U. S. Geol. Sur. of the Territories, 1877. 

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Monographs of North American Rodentia. Report of the U. S. Geol. 
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By Wm. Swanston. (Belfast Naturalists' Field Club, 1876-77.) 
Covert, Clermont Calvert. , 

Water-supply Investigations in Alaska, 1906-1907. Nome and EougaroJe 
Regions, Seward Peninsula; Fairbanks District, Yukon-Tanana Re- 
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The Fairbanks and Rampart Quadrangles, Yukon Tanana Region, Alaska, 
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Water-supply Investigations in the Yukon-Tanana Region, Alaska, 1907- 
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Coville, Frederick Vernon and Macdougal, D. T. 

Resert Botanical Laboratory of the Carnegie Institution. Carnegie In- 
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Cowgill, Elias Branson. 

Irrigation Practice on the Great Plains. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper 
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Cox, Edward Traverse. 

First Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Northern Counties, 
of Arkansas, made during the years 1857 and 1858, by David Dale Owen 
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Palaeonological Report of Coal Measures Mollusca made by Cox. Ky. 
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Second Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Middle and South- 
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Cragin, Francis Whittemore. . 

Contribution to the Invertebrate Palaeontology of the Texas Cretaceeous. 

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Craig, C. E. 

Patent Washes for San Jose Scale. Virginia State Crop Commission, 
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Crainology. 

See skull. 
Cram, Marshall P. 

The Fractionation of Crude Petroleum by Capillary Diffusion, by J. Elliot 
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Cranberries. 

Geology of New Jersey. Pub. by the Board of Managers, Newark, 1868. 
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Report on the Forests of Greenup, Carter, Boyd and Lawrence Counties, 

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Report on the Geology of Whitley County, and a Part of Pulaski. Ky. 

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Report on the Geology of Menifee County. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
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Index of Mining Engineering Literature. Wiley, 1909. 
Treatise on Gold and Silver. 
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The Geology and Petrography of Crater Lake National Park, by Joseph 
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Cement and Portland Cement Materials of Mississippi. Miss. Geol. Sur. 

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Geology and Mineral Resources of Mississippi. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 

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Bulletin, No. 1-4. Miss. Geol. Sur., 1907-08. 
Summary of the Underground Water Resources of Mississippi, by Crider 

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A Crinoid Family, Georgia. 
Cbiitoidea. 

Descriptions of New Species of Crinoidea; from Investigations of the 

Iowa Geological Survey, by James Hall. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1861. 
A Description of Some Lower Carboniferous Crinoids from Missouri, by 

8. A. Miller. Mo. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 4, 1891. 
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Crinoidea — Concluded. 

A Critical Summary of Troost's Unpublished Manuscript on the Crinoids 

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Nervous System Of, by W. B. Carpenter. From Proceed. Roy. Soc. Lon- 
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Wachmuth, C, and Springer, F. (From Proceed. Acad. Nat. Sciences, 

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By C. Rammelsberg. 
Cristalloides. 

By Leopold Hugo. Paris, 1867-1875. 
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An Ascent of Mt. Orizaba. 

History of the Illinois State Museum of Natural History. (Reprint, from 

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Origin of the Continents. 

Underground Water Resources of Long Island, New York, by A. C. 

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U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 44, 1906. 
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Contributions to the Mineralogy of the Rocky Mountains. U. S. G. S. 

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Geology of the Denver Basin in Colorado, by Samuel Franklin Emmons, 

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Geology and Mining Industries of the Cripple Creek District, Colorado. 

From the 16th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 
Geology of the Rico Mountains, Colorado. From the 21st Annual Report 

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Geology of Silver Cliff and the Rosita Hills, Colorado. From the 17th 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
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The Laccolitic Mountain Groups of Colorado, Utah and Arizona. U. S. 

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A Report on the Economic Geology of the Silverton Quadrangle, Colo- 
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Crown Lands, Laws. 

South Australia. Adelaide, 1905. 
Crushed Stone Prepared by Convict Labor. 

Illinois State Highway Commission, Bulletin No. 4, 1909. 
Crustacea. 

A Bibliography of Paleozoic Crustacea from 1698-1889, Including a List 

of North American Species and a Systematic Arrangement of Genera, 

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List of the Fresh-Water Marine Crustacea of Alabama with Descriptions 

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Crustacea — Concluded. 

Final Report on the Crustacea of Minnesota Included in the Orders 

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Johnson, 1884. 
The Development of Limulus Polyphemus, by A. S. Packard, 1870. 
The Barnacles Contained in the Collections of the U. S. National Museum, 

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An Account of the Crustacea of Norway, by G. O. Sars. Bergen Museum, 

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Monograph of the Tertiary Entomostraca of England, by T. R. Jones. 

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Monograph of the British Fossil Crustacea of the Order Merostomata. 

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Mollusca and Crustacea of the Miocene Formations of New Jersey, by 

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On the Development of Crystallization in the Igneous Rocks of Washoe, 
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Wadsworth, M. E. John Joseph McVey, 1909. 
See, also, Mineralogy. 
Crystals, Notes on Microscopic. 

By Isaac Lea. (Ext. from Proceed. Acad. Nat. Sciences, Philadelphia, 
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Cuautla, Siege Of. 

By W. S. Logan. An address before the New York Hist. Soc, April 4, 
1893. 
Cuba — Botany. 

Catalogue of the Grasses of Cuba, by A. S. Hitchcock. Contributions 

from the U. S. National Herbarium, 1909. 
Description and Travel. A Gazetteer of Cuba, by Henry Gannett, U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 192, 1902. 
Culix, Stewart. 

Games of the North American Indians. From the American Ethnology, 
Twenty-fourth Annual Report, 1902-1903. 
Culture. 

Primitive Culture, by E. B. Tylor. Holt, 1889. See also, Civilization; 
Education. 
Culver, Garry Eugene. 

Notes on the Geology of Itasca County, Minnesota. From the 22d Annual 
Report on the U. S. G. and Nat. Hist. Sur., 1894. 
Cumings, Edgar Roscoe. 

The Fauna of the Salem Limestone of Indiana. From the 30th Annual 
Report of the Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources of Indiana, 
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Stratigraphy and Palentology of the Ordovician Rocks of Indiana. 
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Cummins, W. F. 

Notes on the Geology of Northwest Texas. 
Cunningham, K. M. 

Report on the Geology of the Coastal Plain of Alabama, by Eugene A. 
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Cukran, Hugh M. 

Geol. Sur. of Calvert County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896. 
Geol. Sur. of Cecil County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1902. 
Curtis, Joseph Story. 

Abstract of a Report, on the Mining Geology of the Eureka District, 
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and Vernon Freeman Marsters. U. S. G. S. Bulletin Nq. 17, 1893. 
Netherlands. Notes on the Sea-Dikes of the Netherlands. Reclamation 

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The Bohemia Mining Region of Western Oregon, with Notes on the Blue 

River Mining Region and on the Structure and Age of the Cascade 

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Associate with the Lavas of the Cascade Range, by F. H. Knowlton. 

From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 
The Coos Bay Coal Field, Oregon. From the 19th Annual Report of the 

U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
The Educational Series of Rock Specimens, Collected and Distributed by 

the United States Geological Survey. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 150, 

1898. 
A Geological Reconno.issance in Northwestern Oregon. From the 17th 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
The Geology and Petrography of Crater Lake, National Park. U. S. G. S. 

Prof. Paper No. 3, 1902. 
Geology of the Lassen Peak District. From the 8th Annual Report of the 

director of the U. S. G. S., 1886-1887. 
Geology of the Taylorsville Region. California. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

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Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
A Late Volcanic Eruption in Northern California and Its Peculiar Lava, 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 79, 1891. 
Notes on the Geology of Northern California. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 33, 

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Peridotite of Elliott County, Kentucky. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 38, 

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Diller, Joseph Silas — Concluded. 

Tertiary Revolution in the Topography of the Pacific ('oast. From the 

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Topographic Development of the Klamath Mountains. V. S. G. S. Bul- 
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Diminution of Water on the Earth. 

By Mrs. G. W. Houk. (A. A. A. S., 1873.) 
Dimmock, George. 

Writings of Samuel Hubbard Scudder. 

DlNICHTHYS TERRELLI NEWBERRY. 

By E.-. B. Branson. (Contribution from the Geological Laboratory of 
Oberlin College.) 
Dinocerata. 

By O. C. Marsh. U. S. Geol. Sur., Vol. X, 1884. (Dupl.) 

DlNOSAURIA. 

The Dinosaurs of North America, by Othniel Charles Marsh. From the 
16th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 
D'Invilliers, Edward Vincent. 

Final Report Ordefed by Legislature, 1891. A Summary Description of 
the Geology of Pennsylvania, in Three Volumes, with a New Geo- 
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The Geology of the South Mountain Belt of Berks County. Pa. Geol. 
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Report on the Geology of the Four Counties, Union, Snyder, Mifflin and 
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Geology of Centre County, by E. V. D'Invilliers. Extracts from Report 
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The Geology of Huntingdon County, by I. C. White and other asst. geol. 
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Diphtheria. 

Diphtheria. Its Prevention, Restriction and Suppression. Illinois State 
Board of Health, 1907. 
Disasters. 

See, also, Accidents; Fires; Floods; shipwrecks. 
Disinfection. 

Practical Disinfection. Illinois State Board of Health, 1906. 
Dismal Swamp. 

General Account of the Fresh Water Morasses of the United States, with 
a Description of the Dismal Swamp District of Virginia and North 
Carolina, by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler. From the 10th Annual 
Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1888-89 
Distribution des Cephalopods Siluriexnes. 

By Joachim Barrande. Paris, 1870. 
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Forest Conditions in the Olympic Forest Reserve, Washingtoji. From 
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Forest Conditions in the San Francisco Mountains Forest Reserve, 
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Olympic Forest Reserve, Washington. From the field notes by Dod- 
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Dole, Richard Bryant. 

The Quality of Surface Waters in Minnesota. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
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DOLPH, JOHN M. 

The Geology of Susquehanna County and Wayne County, by I. C. White. 
Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 
Doolittle, Charles Leander. 

First Report of Progress in the Anthracite Coal Region. The Geology 
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Gold Dredging in California. Cal. State Mining Bur. Bulletin No. 36, 
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Geol. Sur. of Cecil County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1902. 
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Omaha and Ponka Letters. U. S. Bureau of American Ethnology, Bul- 
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Results of Primary Triangulation and Primary Traverse. U. S. G. S., 

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Triangulation Primary Traverse and Spirit Leveling, 1896-97, 1899-1900. 

U. S. G. S., 1897-1900. 
Results of Spirit-Leveling, Fiscal Year 1900-01, by H. M. Wilson, J. H. 
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Coal Fields of Manitoba. Canada Dept. of Mines, Geol. Sur., 1909. 

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Maps to Accompany Report on the Cascade Coal Basin, Alberta. Can- 
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Report on the Cascade Coal Basin, Alberta. Geol. Sur., Canada, 1907. 
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Drainage Law of 1SS9, by Henry G. Miller, 1893. 

New Jersey. Drainage, by Geo. W. Howell. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 

Drainage of the Hackensack and Newark Tide-marshes, by C. C. Ver- 

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See also, Irrigation, for the Drainage of Towns and Buildings, Sewerage. 
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Report on the Colorado Coal Field. 
Dresser, John A. 

Report on a Recent Discovery of Gold near Lake Megantic. Canada 
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Drift. 

The Glacial Gravels of Maine and Their Associated Deposits, by George 
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Drouth and Its Remedy. 

By C. Lombardi. 
Dry Farming in Wyoming. 

Bulletin No. 80, Wyoming Experiment Station. 

DUGMORE, A. R. 

Camera Adventures in the African Wilds. 

DUMBLE, E. T. 

First Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Texas, 1889. 

First Report of Progress. Texas Geological and Mineralogical Survey. 

Fourth Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Texas. 

Report on the Brown Coal and Lignite. Texas Geological Survey. 

Second Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Texas, 1890. 

Second Report of Progress. Texas Geological Survey. 

Third Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Texas, 1891. 



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DUMORTIER, EUG. 

Etudes Paleontologiques sur les Depots Jurassiques clu Bassin du Rhone, 
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Duncan, P. Martin. 

Monographs of the British Fossil Corals. Palaentographical Soc, Lon- 
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DUNKER, W. AND MEYER, KERM VON. 

Palaeontographica. 1846, 1847, 1857. (Fragments.) 

Palaeontographica. Vol. Ill and IV, 1854, 1856. 
Dunn, Robert. 

Shameless Diary of an Explorer. 
Dunneql, M. H. 

American Forestry. 

DUNSTAN, B. 

Report on Some Mount Morgan Mines. In Queensland Geol. Sur. Bul- 
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Report on the Geological and Mineral Features of Diglum Creek, Bar- 
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Report on the Geological Features of Hazledeon, West of Mackay. 
Vaughn, 1901. Queensland Geol. Sur. Bulletin. No. 17, 1901. 

Report on the Geological Features of the Country Between Warren and 
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Duplicate Periodicals and Serials Available for Exchange. 

Library of Congress, 1910. 
Dupont, Ed. and Dewalque, M. G. 

Etude sur Terrain Quatemaire, etc., De Namur. 
Dutton, Clarence Erward. 

The Charleston Earthquake of August 31, 1886. From the 9th Annual 
Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1890. 

Hawaiian Volcanoes. From the 4th Annual Report of the director of 
the U. S. G. S., 1884. 

Mount Taylor and the Zuni Plateau. From the 6th Annual Report of 
the director of the U. S. G. S., 1884-85. 

The Physical Geology of the Grand Canyon District. From the annual 
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Tertiary History of the Grand Canyon District, with Atlas. U. S. G. S., 
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Dyar, Harrison Gray. 

A List of the North American Lepidoptera and Key to the Literature of 
this Order of Insects. U. S. National Museum, Bulletin No. 52, 1902. 
Dykes. 

See Dikes (Geology). 



Early History of the North American Continent. 

By C. H. Hitchcock. Address Vice President. (Proceed. A. A. A. S. 
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Early Proceedings. 

American Philosophical Society, 1744-1838. 
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Earthquakes in California in 1890 and 1891, by Edward Singleton Holden. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 95, 1892. 
Earthquakes in California in 1899, by James Edward Keeler. U. S. G. 

S. Bulletin No. 68, 1890. 
Earthquakes in California in 1892-1898, by Charles Dillon Perrine. U. S. 
Q. S. Bulletin No. 112, 114, 129, 147, 155, 161, 1893-99. See also Geology; 
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Eastern Oblique Aim: of the United States. 

United States Coast and Geodetic Survey, Special Pub. No. 7, 1901. 



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Eastman, Charles Rochester. 

A Brief General Account of Fossil Fishes. The Triassic Fishes of New 

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Geology of Johnson County, by Samuel Calvin. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1897. 
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An Address on National Aid to Education. (Delivered Before the Dept. 
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Ebert. Theodor. 

Atlas von 10 Lithographirten Tafeln. 
Die Echiniden des Nord. 
Separatabdruck, 1884-85. 
Ebray, Th. 

Extraits Bulletin de la Socite Geologique de France, 1859-1861. 

ECHINODERMATA. 

By S. A. Miller. (Cir. Jour. Nat. Hist., 1882.) 

Description of Some New Genera and Species, Indiana, Missouri and 

Iowa, by S. A. Miller and Wm. F. E. Gurley. 
Echinoderm Morphology, Notes on. No. VIII, XI, by P. H. Carpenter. 

(Reprint from Quar. Jour. Microscopical Science, April, 1884-1887.) 
Echinoderm Morphology, Some Disputed Points in, by P. H. Carpenter. 

(Reprint from Quar. Jour. Microscopical Science, July, 1880.) 
Echinoderms, by M. G. Cotteau. (Ext. du Bull, de la Societe Geologique 

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Echinoderms, Two Papers on the Apical System of, by P. H. Carpenter 
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Echinoderms, Fossil,. 

The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the U. S., by William Bullock Clark. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 97, 1893. 
Eckel, Edwin C. 

Cement Materials and Industry of the United States. U. S. G. S. Bulle- 
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Geology and Mineral Resources of Mississippi, by A. F. Crider. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 283, 1906. 
The Materials and Manufacture of Portland Cement, by Eckel. 
The Cement Resources of Alabama, by Eugene A. Smith. Ala. Geol. 

Sur. Bulletin No. 8, 1904. 
Slate Deposits and Slate Industry of the United States, by T. Nelson 
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U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 275, 1906. 
Contribution to Economic Geology, 1902. U. S. G. S, 1903. 
Economic Geology. 

Vol. I-VI, 1905-1911. 
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By J. S. Newberry. (Annals N. Y. Acad, of Sciences, Vol. IV, No. 4, 
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Edinburgh. Royal Physical Society. 
Proceedings, R. Kidston, 1882-1894. 
Transactions, R. Kidston, Vol. 35, 36, 37, 1888-1892. 
Editor. 

Journal of Information for Literary Workers. Vol. 32, No. 4, 1910. 
Edman, J. A. 

Auriferous Black Sands of California. State Mining Bureau Bulletin 
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Educational Bi-Monthly. 

Chicago Normal School Press, 1907. Vol. I, No. 4. 
Educational Commission of the City of Chicago, Report, 1898. 
Educational Papers. 

Illinois Science Teachers. 1889-1890. 



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Education. 

See also Culture; Manual Training; Nature Study; Psychology; Reform- 
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Edwards, Frederick E. 

Monograph of the Eocene Mollusca; or, Description of Shells from the 
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Edwards, H. Milne & Haime, Jules. 

Monograph of British Fossil Corals. Printed for the Palaeontographical 
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Eggs. 

Directions for Collecting, Preparing and Preserving Birds' Eggs and 
Nests, by Charles Bendire. U. S. National Museum, Bulletin No. 39, 
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Eggs of North American Birds, by C. J. Maynard. DeWolf, 1890. 

Instructions in Reference to Collecting Nests and Eggs of North Amer- 
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See, also, Birds. 
Egeleston, T. Tr. , 

Explanation of the Pri?wiples of Crystallography, by Arthur Brezina, 
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Notes on the Treatment of Mercury in North California. 

Catalogue of Minerals with Their Formulas, Etc. M. Smiths. Misc. Col. 
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Egypt, Antiquities. 

Light from the East; or, The Witness of the Monuments, by C. J. Ball. 
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The Mummy, Chapters on Egyptian Funeral Archaeology, by E. A. W. 
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Life in Ancient Egypt. Tr. by H. M. Tirard. By Adolph Erman. Mac- 
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Explorations in Bible Lands During the Nineteenth Century, by H. V. 
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Flint Implements of the Faynm, Egypt, by H. W. Seton-Karr. U. S. 
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Popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians, by Sir J. G. Wilkinson. Har- 
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Egypt, History. 

History of Egypt from the End of the Neolithic Period to the Death of 
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Popular Account of the Ancient Egyptians, by Sir J. G. Wilkinson. 
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Ere iiwALD, Eduard. 

Geognostisch-palaeontologische Bemerkungen, Etc. 

De Lethaeu Rossica; ou, Paleontolgie de la Russie, Schweizerbart, 1853 
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Eighteenth Annual Report of the U. S. G. S. 

Vol. V, 1897, Dept. of the Interior. 
Elderhorst, William. 

First Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Northern Counties 
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Second Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Middle and South- 
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Chemical Analyses Made far the Survey, by William Elderhorst. Ark. 
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Eldridge, Geoege Homans. 

The Asphalt and Bituminous Rock Deposits of the United States, by 
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Geology of the Denver Basin in Colorado, by Samuel Franklin Emmons 
and G. H. Eldridge. IT. S. G. S., 1896. 

A Geological Reconnoissance Across Idaho. From the 16th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 

A Geological Reconnoissance in Northwest Wyoming. U. S. G. S. Bul- 
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A Reconnoissance in the Sushitna Basin and Adjacent Territory, Alaska* 
in 189S. From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 

The Santa Clara Valley, Puente Hills and Los Angeles Oil Districts* 
Southern California. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 309, 1907. 

The Uintaite (Gilsonite) Deposits of Utah. From the 17th Annual Report 
of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
Electricity. 

Electricity Uncovers a Law of Evolution. George lies. 
Elements. 

Elements d' Anthropologic Generale, by Paul Topinard, 1885. 
Elephant. 

Elephant Pipes in the Museum of the Academy of Natural Sciences, 
Davenport, Iowa. C. E. Putnam, 1885. 
El Heraldo, Guatamala. 
Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society, Journal of The. 

Journal, 1883-1905. 
Elliot, D. G. 

Catalogue of a Collection of Birds, Somali-land. Field Museum, Ornitho- 
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List of Described Species of Humming Birds. Smiths. Misc. Col., 334. 
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Geology and Mineral Resources. Canada Dept. of Mines, 1907. 

Notes on Recent Sedimentary Formations on the Bay of Fundy Coast. 
Tran. Nova Scotia Instit. of Science, May 14, 1894. 

Potsdam and Calciferous Formations of Quebec. Tran. Royal Soc. of 
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Report on the Geology and Natural Resources. Geol. Sur. Canada, 1907. 

Report of the Landslide at Notre-Dame. Canada Dept. of Mines, 1908. 
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Water Supply Investigations in the Yukon-Tanana Region, Alaska, 1901 
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Elmira Academy of Sciences. 

Proceedings, Vol. I, No. 1. 
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Geology of Bartholomeiv County, Indiana. From the 11th Geol. Report 
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Geology of Cass County, Indiana. From 19th Ind. Geol. Report, 1894. 

Geology of Decatur County, Indiana. From the 12th Annual Ind. Geol. 
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Geology of Fayette and Union Counties, Indiana. From 14th Ind. Geol. 
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Geology of Orange County, Indiana. From 7th Ind. Geol. Report, 1875. 

Geology of Rush County. Indiana. From the 13th Annual Ind. Geol. 
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Geology of Wabash County. Indiana. 17th Ind. Geol. Report, 1891. 
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Emerson, Benjamin Kendall. 

The Geology of Eastern Berkshire County, Massachusetts. U. S G S 
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Geology of Old Hampshire County, Massachusetts, Comprising Franklin, 
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The Green Schists and Associated Granites and Porphyries of Rhode 
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A Mineralogical Lexicon of Franklin, Hampshire, and Hampden Coun- 
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Emerton, James H. 

Common Spiders of the United States. Ginn, 1902. 
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Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa, to the 13th Gen- 
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and Observations Made Within the Years 1866, 1868 and 1869, "by 
Charles A. White. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1870. 
Emmerich, H. H. and Frantzen, W. 

Uebersicht der Geologischen Verhaltnisse bei Meinigen. 
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Geological Report of the Midland Counties of North Carolina. Putnam 
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Report of the North Carolina Geological Survey. Agriculture of the 
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Abstract of a Report upon the Geology and Mining Industry of Lead- 
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Economic Geology of the Bingham Mining District, Utah, by John Mason 
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Geology of Silver Cliff and the Rosita Hills, Colorado, by Whitman Cross, 
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On Hyper sthene-Andesite and on Triclinic Pyroxene in Augitic Rocks, 
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The Downtown District of Leadville, Colorado. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
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Geology and Mining Industry of Leadville, Colorado, with Atlas. U. S. 
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Geology of the Denver Basin in Colorado. U. S. G. S., 1896. 

Economic Resources of the Northern Black Hills, by J. D. Irving, With 
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The Mines of Custer County, Colorado. U. S. G. S. 17th Annual Report, 
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Economic Geology of the Mercur Mining District, Utah, by James Edward 
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Contributions to - Economic Geology, 1902. TI. S. G. S., 1903. 
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Preliminary Account of Goldfield, Bullfrog, and other Mining Districts 
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Report of l If U. 8. and Mexican Boundary Survey. Vols. I and II. 






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Encyclopaedia Brittannica. 

Vol. I-XXIX. Eleventh Edition. 
Encyclopaedia, the New International. 

Vols. I-XVII, Dodd, Mead & Co., 1902, with Annuals 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910 
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Catalogue of Minerals Found in Colorado. U. S. G. S., 1878. 
Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania. 
Membership List, 1901. 

Proceedings, Vols. 8, 10, 12, 14, 15, 16, 18, 19, 20, 21. 
Proceedings, Vols. 9, 13, 17, 22. 
English Language. 

Xatick Dictionary, by James Hammond Trumbull. Bur. of American 
Ethnology, Bulletin No. 25, 1903. 
Eno, Frank Harvey. 

The Uses of Hydraulic Cement. Ohio Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 2, 1904. 
Entomology. 
See Insects. 

Entomological Notes, by S. H. Scudder. Proceed. Boston Soc. Nat. Hist., 
1870. 
• Entomolgie Forestiere, by De La Rue. Parts, 1838. 
Entomology, Division of United States Department of Agriculture. Bul- 
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Eozoon Canadensis. 

By W. B. Carpenter. Proceed. Roy. Soc, London, 1864 and 1867, by 
William King and T. H. Rowney. Proceed. Roy. Irish Acad., Dublin, 
1869. 
Eozoon Limestones of Eastern Massachusetts. 

By J. B. Perry. From Proceed. Boston Soc, Nat. Hist., April 19, 1871. 
Equivalency of the Rocks of North Eastern Ohio. 

By Chas. Whittlesay. 
Erdman, A. 

Bidrag Till Kannedomer om Sveriges Qvartara Bilninger. Norstedt, 1868. 
Bidrag, Atlas. 
Erdmann, Edouard. 

Description de la Formation Carbonifere de la Scanie. La Recherche 
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Erie Public Library. 

Reports for 1907-08 and 1908-09. 
Erman, Adolph. 

Life in Ancient Egypt; Tr. H. M. Tirard. Macmillan, 1894. 
Erosion T'orrentielle Post-Glaciaire. 

By Emile Chaix. Geneve, 1902. 
Erosion. 

Terracing of Farm Lands, by W. W. Ashe. N. C. Geol. and Economic 

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Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District, with Atlas, by Clarence 

E. Dutton. U. S. G. S., 1882. Monographs, Vol. II. 
Wave Cutting on "West Shore of Lake Huron, Sanilac County, Michigan, 
by Charles Henry Gordon. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1901. See also, Glaciers; 
Valleys. 
Ertsforekomster. 

By Amund Helland, Christiania, 1871. 
Eskers, Near Rochester. 

By Warren Upham. From Proceed. Rochester Acad, of Science, 1893. 
Eskimos, Implements. 

Throwing -sticks in the National Museum, by O. T. Mason. Wash. Gov't 

Print. Off., 1890. 
Language, Bibliography of the Eskimo Language, by James Constantine 
Pilling. Smithsonian Instit. Bur. of Ethnology, Bulletin No. 1, 1887. 
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Essex Institute. 

Annual Report, 1899 and 1900. 
Bulletin, Nos. 1-30. 
Estudios Ethnografio. 

By F. F. Outes. Buenos Aires, 1898-99. 
Etheridge, R., Jr. 

Additional Notes on the Paleontology of Queensland. Queensland Geol. 

Sur., Bulletin No. 13, 1901. 
Corals from the Coral Limestone of Lion Creek, Stanwell. near Rock- 

hampton. Gregory, 1900. Queenland Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 12. 
Ethnology. 

Antiquities of Cahokia, or Monk's Mound. McAdams. 

Archaeology. McAdams. 

Cahokia Mound. 

Rock Bluff Skull, Bureau of Am. Ethnology, Bulletin No. 33. 

Sangamon County, Smithsonian Rept., 1883. 

Catalogue Pre-Historic Works. Smithsonian Institution, 1891. 

List of Publications of the Bureau of Ethnology, by Frederick W. Hodge. 

U. S. Bur. of Ethnology, Bulletin No. 24, 1894. 
Abstract of Transactions of the Anthropological Society of Washington, 

D. C.,, with the Annual Address of the President, for the First Year 

Ending January 20, 1880, and for the Second Year, Ending January 

18, 1881. Prepared by J. W. Powell. Smiths. Misc. Col., 1883. 
Anthropoligical Society of Washington. Transactions, 1879-85, Anthrop. 

Soc, 1882-85. 
The American Race; a Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic 

Description of the Native Tribes of North and South America, by D. 

G. Brinton. (McKay, 1901.) 
Aboriginal Carvings of Port Jackson and Broken Bay, by W. D. Camp- 
bell. New South Wales Geol. Sur., 1894-99. 
Be UAnciennete de UHomme, by Collumb and Desor. Wolfrath, 1861. 
North Americans of Yesterday ; a Comparative Study of North American 

Indian Life, by F. S. Dellenbaugh. Putnam, 1906. 
UHomme Fossile Historique General de la Question et Discussion de la 

Decouverte d' Abbeville, by F. Garrigou. Dentu, 1863. 
Study of Man, by A. C. Hadden. Putnam, 1898. 
Queries in Ethnography, by A. G. Keller. Longman, 1903. 
Materiaux Pour VHistoire Positive et Philosophique de VHomme. Sept., 

1864. Aout, 1866. Bur. Rue de Vaugirard, 1865-66. 
Circular in Reference to the Degree of Relationship Among Different 

Nations, by L. H. Morgan. Smiths. Misc. Col. 2, 1860. 
Races of Man and Their Geographical Distribution, by Oscar Peschel. 

Appleton, 1906. 
Philippine Islands. Ethnological Survey. Manila Bur. of Pub. Print., 

1905. 
History of Mankind; Tr. from the Second German Edition by A. J. 

Butler. Written by Friedrich Ratzel. Macmillan, 1896-1904. 
Photographic Portraits of North American Indians in the Gallery of the 

Smithsonian Institution. Smiths. Misc. Col. No. 216, 1867. 
Anthropology, by Paul Topinard. Chapman, 1894. 
List of Publications <>{ the Bureau of American Ethnology, with Index to 

Authors (iiid, Titles. U. S. Bureau of Ethnology, 1906. 
Annual Report of the Bureau of U. S. Ethnology, 1879-80. Washington 

Print. Off., L887. liulletin No. 1, L887. 
California. A Description of the Desiccated Unman Remains in the 

California state Mining Bureau, by Winslow Anderson. Cal. State 

.Mining Bureau, Bulletin No. I, 1888. 
Ohio Valley. On I he I'reii istoric Remains of Kentucky, by Lucien Carr 

and >:. S. Snaler". Kv. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 



145 

Ethnology — Concluded. 

Societies. Transactions of the Anthropological Society of Washington 
Published with the cooperation of the Smithsonian Instit. Smiths. 
Misc. Col., No. 25, 1882-85. 
See, also, Archaeology; Aryans; Climate; Evolution; Folk-lore; Indians; 
Lake-dwellings; Language; Man; Mound-builders; Mythology. 
Ettixghausex, C. R. 

Blatt-skelete der Dikotyleclonen. 
Etude Comparative des Alltjviones Quaternaires Axciennes. 

By D. Felix Carrigou, 1865. 
Etude sub le Terrain Quaternaire, Etc. 

De Samur, Dupont, Ed. 
Etudes Geologiques sur L'Anciennete de L'Homme. 

By J. L. Combs. 
Etudes Geologiques. 

By Gabriel Mortillet. 
Etudes Paleontologiques sur les Depots Jurassiques du Bassix du Rhoxe. 

By Eug. Dumortier, 1864, 1867, 1869. 
Etudes sur l'Histoire Paleontologique des Oxgules. 

By Marie Pavlow. Mockba, 1900-03. 
Ecrypteridae. 

Geratiocaridae from, the Upper Devonian Measures in Warren County. 
by Chas. E. Beecher. Eurypteridae from the Loiver Productive Coal 
Measures in Beaver County, and the Loiver Carboniferous, Pithole 
Shale in Venango County, by James Hall. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1884. 
Evans, Alexaxder William. 

The Bryophytes of Connecticut. Conn. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 11, 1908. 
Evans, Sir John. 

Ancient Stone Implements, Weapons and Ornaments of Great Britain. 
Ed. 2. Longmans, 1897. 
Eyaxstox Public Library. 

Thirty-fourth Annual Report, May, 1907. 
Evermaxx, Barton Warrex. 

The Fishes of North and Middle America; A Descriptive Catalogue of 
the Species of Fish-like Vertebrates Found in the Waters of North 
America, North of the Isthmus of Panama, by David Starr Jordon and 
B. W. Evermann. U. S. Nat. Museum, Bulletin No. 47, 1896-1900. 
Evolutioxs and Hopes of Civil Service in Illinois. 

By J. C. Mason. Read before Illinois Conference of Charities, 1910. 
Oct. 22. 
Evolutiox, Coxsciousxess Ix. 

By E. D. Cope. From the Penn. Monthly, Aug., 1875. 
Evolutiox. 

Origin of Species, by Darwin. Appleton, 1860. 

Footprints of the Creator, with a Memoir of the Author (Hugh Miller), 
by Louis Agassiz. Gould, 1851. 
Swing, H. E. 

New Orbatidae. 

Systematic and Biological Study of the Acarina of Illinois. Univ. of 

111. Bui. Vol. VII, 14, 1909. 
New Species of the Genus Orbata. 
Three New Species of the Genus Bdella. 
Two New Species of the Genus Phthiracarus. 

The Geology of Centre County, by E. V. DTnvilliers. Appendix A. 
Extracts from Report to Lyon, Shorb & Co., by J. P. Lesley. Appen- 
dix B. 
Observations on the Geological Formations, by A. L. Ewing. Pa. Geol. 

Sur., -1884. 
The Geology of Huntington County, by I. C. White and other assistant 
geologists. Ed. by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 

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146 

Exchanges, Literary and Scientific. 

Library Exchange and Map Distribution Lists of the U. S. G. S. From 
the 20th Annual Report of the Survey, 1898-99. 
Executive Documents. 

Index. 2d Session 45th Congress, Vol. IV, 1877-78. 
Exhibits of the Smithsonian Institution and U. S. Nat'l Museum at the 

Alaska- Yukon-Pacific Exposition, 1909. 
Exhibitions. 

Catalogue of the Exhibits in Queensland Mining Court, Queensland 
International Exhibition, by Robert L. Jack. Gregory, 1897. Queens- 
land Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 6. 
New South Wales-Paris Universal Exhibition of 1899; Report on the 
Technical Education and Manual Training, by Edward Combes. Chap- 
man, 1891. 
See, also, Museums. 
Experiments on Colon — Vision of the Honey Bee. 

By C. H. Turner. 
Experiment Station Bulletin. 

United States Department of Agriculture. No. 1, 4, 10, 14, 17, 23, 26, 
1889-1895. 
Experiment Station Record. 

United States Department of Agriculture. Vol. II, III, IV, V, VI, VII. 
Explorations and Surveys for Railroad Route from the Mississippi River 
to the Pacific Ocean. 
U. S. War Dept., Vol. I-Xll, 1853-56. 
Exploration of the Colorado River of the West. 

By J. W. Powell. Smithsonian Instit. 
Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana ix the Year 1852. 

By R. B. Marcy & McClellan. 
Extrait du Bulletin de la Societe de Geographie. 

By Jules Marcou. 
Extrait du Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France. 

By Jules Marcou. 
Extraits Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France. 

By Th. Ebray, 1859-1861. 
Extinct Mammalian Fauna of Dakota and Nebraska. 
By Joseph Leidy, Philadelphia, 1869. 



Fairchild, H. L. 

Section of the Strata at Rochester. Roch. Acad, of Science, 1891. 

Sigillariae. From annals New York Acad. Sciences. Vol. I, Nos. 2, 3, 5, 
Fairview Lead Mining and Smelting Co. 

Report of J. W. Foster on the Argentiferous Lead Ores of the Fairview 
Mines in Hardin County, Illinois. Rand, 1868. 
Farlow, W. G. 

Memoir of Edward Tuckerman, 1817-1886. Read before Nat'l Acad., 1887. 

Bibliographical Index of North American Fungi. Carnegie Inst., 1905. 
Farming. 

See Agriculture. 
Farmers' Bulletin. 

Fouls, No. 41. 

Beans, No. 121. 

Xuts. No. 332. U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, 1904, 1906, 1908. 
Fabm Journal. 

Wilmer Atkinson Company, Vol. 34, 35, 1910-1911. 
Fabband, Livingston. 

Basis of American History. Harper, 1906. 
FabbinotoN, Oliver CUMMINGS. 

Gems and (Jew, Minerals. Mum ford, 1903. 



147 

Fassig, oii\i i: Lanabd. 

Geological Survey of Cecil County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1902. 
Fauna Jurassique du Portugal. 

By P. de Loriol, 1890. 
Fauna du Calcaire Carbonifere de la Belgique. 

Annales du Musee Royal D' Histoire Naturelle, by L. G. DeKoninck. 
Fauna of the St. John Group. 

By George P. Matthew. Trans. Royal Society of Canada, 1885 and 1887. 
Faune Primordiale. 

By Prado, C. Vermeuil, E. and Barrande, J. Extrait du Bulletin de 
la Societe Geologique de France, 1860. 
Featherstonehaugh, G. W. 

Report of a Geological Reconnoissance Made in 1835 from the Seat of 
Government, oy Way of Green Bay and the Wisconsin Territory. 
Fellows, Abraham Lincoln. 

Water Resources of the State of Colorado. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
Paper No. 74, 1902. 
Fexxemax, Nevin Melancthon. 

Geology of the Boulder District, Colorado. U. S. G. S. Bulletin ^o. 265, 

1905. 
Oil Fields of the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coastal Plain. U. S. G. S. Bulle- 
tin No. 282, 1906. 
On the Lakes of South Eastern Wisconsin. Bulletin No. 8, Wis Geol. 

and Nat. Hist. Sur. 
The Yampa Coal Field, Routt County, Colorado, by N. M. Fenneman and 
Hoyt S. Gale, With a Chapter on the Character and Use of the Yampa 
Coals, by Marius R. Campbell. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 297, 1906. 
Ferghaxa Stratum. 

Romanovsky, G. D. Eight Tables of Drawings, St. Petersburg, 1881. 
Fernald, Charles Henry. 

A List of the North American Lepidoptera and Key to the Literature of 
this Order of Insects, by Harrison G. Dyar, asst. by C. H. Fernald, the 
late Rev. George D. Hulst, and August Busck. U. S. Nat'l Museum, 
Bulletin No. 52, 1902. 
Ferns, Fructification in. 

By R. Kidston. Geol. Soc. Glasgow, 1889. 
FeSns. 

Structure and Development of -Mosses and Ferns, by D. H. Campbell. 

Macmillan, 1905. 
Studies of Tropical American Ferns, by William Ralph Maxon. Contri- 
butions from the U. S. Nat'l Herbarium, 1908. 
Ferns of Ceylon, by G.- Lorenzo Yates.. Yates, 1887. 
Notes on Hawaiian Ferns, by G. Lorenzo Yates. Yates, 1887. 
Ferrier, W. F. 

Catalogue of a Stratigraphical Collection of Canadian Rocks. Geol. Sur. 
of Canada, 1893. 
Ferriss, James H. 

Catalogue of the Land and Fresh Water Shells, 1891. 
Fertilizers. 

Geology of New Jersey, by authority of the Legislature. George H. 

Cook, State Geologist, 1868. 
Dept. of the Illinois Agriculture. Report Giving the Uses, Values, etc., 
and Analyses of Fertilizers Licensed for Sale or Manufacture in Illi- 
nois, 1887-91. 
Fertilizers, by E. B. Vorhees. Macmillan, 1907. 
Festschrift, 1901. 
Fertilizers. 

See also, Phosphates. 
Feuchtwanger, Lewis. 

Treatise on Gems in Reference to Their Practical and Scientific Value. 
Hanford, 1838. 



148 

Fewkes, Jesse Walter. 

The Aborigines of Porto Rico and Neighboring Islands. U. S. Bur. of 

American Ethnology, annual report, 1903-04. 
Certain Antiquities of Eastern Mexico. U. S. Bur. of Ethnology, an- 
nual report, 1903-04. 
Field Museum. 

Annual Exchange Catalogue for the Year 1896-1897 and 1897-1898. 
Annual Report of the Director, Vol. I and II, 1895-1905. 
Annual Report of the Director, Vol. Ill, IV, 1907-1911. 
Anthropological Series, Vol. I, II, III, IV, V, 1895-1903. 
Anthropological Series, Vol. VII, VI, VIII, IX, 1903-1905. 
Botanical Series, Vol. I, 1895-1902. 
Botanical Series, Vol. II, III, 1900-1904. 
Geographical Series, Vol. I, II, 1895-1907. 
Geological Series, Vol. Ill, IV, 1905-1910. 
Historical and Descriptive Account, Vol. I, 1894. 
Orinthological Series, Vol. I, 1896-1910. 
Zoological Series, Vol. VII, X, 1905-1910. 
Zoological Series, Vol. I-VI, 1895-1905. 

Zoological Series, Vol. IX, Birds of Illinois and Wisconsin. 
Zoological Series, Vol. VII, X, 1905-1910. 
Fifek, J. W. 

Inaugural Address. 
Fifth Annual Report of the Trustees. 
Peabody Academy of Science, 1872. 
Figure of the Earth and Isostasy from Measurements. 

By J. F. Hayford. U. S. Coast and Geodetic Survey, 1909. 
Felices. 

See Ferns. 
Finmark, Natural History. 

Notes on the Natural History of East Finmark, by A. M. Norman, 1902. 
Finn, Frank. 

The World's Birds, a Simple and Popular Classification of the Birds of 
the World. Hutchinson, 1908. 
Finois, F. J. 

Hypotheses. 
First Annual Report. 

West Virginia Agricultural Experiment Station, 1887-1888. 
First Annual Report of the Board of Trustees. 

Pleasure Driveway and Park District of Springfield, Illinois, 1902. 
First Appendix, 1892 (?) 

Vegetable and Animal Kingdom. 
Fish. 

Partial Synopsis of the Fresh Water Fishes of North Carolina, by E. D. 

Cope. Ed. 2. Cope, 1877. 
Fish, Directions for Collecting and Preserving, by T. H. Bean, 1881. 
Arrangement of the Family of Fishes, by Theodore Gill. Smiths. Misc. 

Col. No. 247, 1872. 
Catalogue of the Fishes of the East Coast of North America, by T. Gill. 

Smiths. Misc. Col. No. 283, 1873. 
American Food and Game Fishes, by D. S. Gordon and B. W. Ever- 

mann. Doubleday, 1905. 
Ichthyologia Ohiensis; or, Natural History of the Fishes Inhabiting 
the River and Its Tributary Streams, by C. S. Rafinesque. Reprint. 
of i lie Original with a Sketch of the Life of Raflnes</ne. by R. E. 
Call. Burrows, 1899. 
Illinois State Laboratory of Natural History. Natural History Survey, 

.: Vols. Rokker, 1889-95. 
A Catalogue of the Fishes <>f Illinois, by D. S. Jordon, 1877. 

cond Annual Report Upon the Natural History and Geology of the 
State of Maine Maine Scientific Survey, 1861-62. 
North America. The Published Writings of Dr. Cliarles Girard, by 
ge Brown Goode, I 1 . S. National Museum, Bulletin No. 41, 1891. 



149 

Fish — Concluded. 

North America. Contributions to North American Ichthyology. Based 

primarily on the collections of the U, S. National Museum, by D. S. 

Jordon. U. S. National Museum, Bulletin No. 9, 10, 12, 1877-78. 
North America. The Fishes of North and Middle America; A Descrip- 
tive Catalogue of the Species of Fish-like Vertebrates Found in the 

Waters of North America, North of the Isthmus of Panama, by D. S. 

Jordon. U. S. National Museum, Bulletin No. 47, 1896-1900. 
North Carolina. The Fishes of .North Carolina, by Hugh M. Smith. 

N. C. GeoL and Economic Survey, 1891. 
Report, 1-2. Raleigh, N. C, 1905. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. 
See also, Fisheries; Fishing. 
Fossil. Ueber Einige Fossile Knochenfische su der Mitteren Kreide 

von Kansas, by A. R. Crook. Schweizerbart'sche, 1892. 
On the Fossil Fishes of the Carboniferous Limestone Series of Great 

Britain, by J. W. Davis. Royal Dublin Soc, 1883. 
A Brief General Account of Fossil Fishes. The Triassic Fishes of New 

Jersey, by C. R. Eastman. Geol. Sur. of N. J., 1904. 
Fossilen Fischschuppen aus dem Planerkalke in Strehlen, by H. B. 

Geinitz. 
Fossil Fishes and Fossil Plants of the Triassic Rocks of New Jersey 

and the Connecticut Valley, by John S. Newberry. U. S. G. S., 

1888. 
The Paleozoic Fishes of North America, by John S. Newberry. U. S. 

G. S., 1889. Monographs, Vol. 16. 
The Structure and Relations of Dinichthys, with Descriptions of Some 

Other New Fossil Fishes, by John S. Newberry- Geol. Sur. of Ohio, 

1875. 
Monograph of the Fishes of the Old Red Sandstone of Britain, by James 

Powrie, E. R. Lankster. Palaeontographical So., London, 1868. 
TJber Edestus und Einige Andere Fishreste des Moskauer Bergkalks, 

by H. Trautschold, 1884. 
Fish and Fishing. 

On the First Food of the White Fish, by S. A. Forbes. From the 

American Field, March 11, 1882. 
Fisheries, Chicago. 

Fisheries of Chicago and Vicinity, by E. W. Nelson. 

Report of Committee Appointed by Governor R. B. Glenn to Investigate 

the Fishing Industries in North Carolina, by J. H. Pratt. N. C. 

Geol. Sur., 1891, Economic Paper No. 13, 1906. 
Commission of the U. S. Fish and Fisheries. Investigations of the 

Aquatic Resources and Fisheries of Porto Rico, by the U. S. Fish 

Commission Steamer Fish Hawk in 1899. Gov't Print. Off., 1900. 
See also Fish; Fishing; Seal. 
Fishing Industries. 

Tenth Census, U. S. Dept. of the Interior, 1881. 
Fisher, Cassius Asa. 

Geology and Water Resources of the Bighorn Basin, Wyoming, U. S. G. 

S. Prof. Paper No. 53, 1906. 
Geology and Water Resources of the Great Falls Region, Montana. U. 

S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper No. 221, 1909. 
Geology of the Great Falls Coal Field, Montana. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

No. 356, 1909. 
Preliminary Report on the Geology and Underground Waters, of the Ros- 

well Artesian Area, New Mexico. U. S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper No. 

158, 1907. 
Fisher. Irving. 

Economic Aspect of Lengthening of Human Life. Committee of One 

Hundred en National Health, 1909. 



150 

Fitch, Charles Hall. 

Classification of Lands, by Henry Gannett, Including Papers, by C. H. 
Fitch, E. C. Barnard and John B. Leiberg. From the 21st Annual 
Report of the U, S. G. S., 1899. 

Triangulation and Spirit Leveling in Indian Territory. U. S. G. S. Bul- 
letin No. 175, 1900. 

Woodland of Indian Territory. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. 
S. G. S., 1899-1900. 

FlTZPATRICK, T. J. 

Geology of Decatur County, by H. F. Bain. From Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. 
8, 1897. 
Flashlights in the Jungle. 

.By C. C. Schillings. Doubleday, Page & Co. 
Flathead Forest Reserve, Montana. 

By H. B. Ayres. From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 
Fletcher, A. C. 

On the Preservation of Archaeologic Monuments. 
Phonetic Alphabet of the Winnebago Indians. 
Fletcher, Hugh. 

Summary Report on Explorations in Nova Scotia, Canada Dept. of Mines, 
1907. 
Flint, James Milton. 

A Contribution to the Oceanography of the Pacific. Compiled from data 
collected by the U. S. Steamer Nero while engaged in the Survey of 
a route for a Trans-Pacific cable. U. S. National Museum, Bulletin 
No. 55, 1905. 
Floods, New Jersey. 

Notes of the Flood of February 6, 1896, in Northern New Jersey, by 

C. C.Vermeule. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
United States. Destructive Floods in the United States in 1903. U. S. 
Geoh Sur. Water-supply, Paper Nos. 96, 147, 162, 1904. 
Flora and Fauna of the Devonian and Carboniferous Periods. 

By J. J. Bigsby. 
Flora Peoriana. 

By Brendel, Frederick. 
Floriculture. 

Illinois Horticultural Society, Transactions, 1876-89, 1891, 1893, 1903, 
Vols. 10-23, 25, 27, 36. ' Pub. by the Soc, 1877-1903. 
Florida, State Geological Survey. 

An Approximate Mapping of the Areas of Artesian Flow. Bulletin No. 
1, Tallahassee, Fla., 1908. A Preliminary Report on the Underground 
Water Supply of Central Florida, by E. H. Sellards, 1908. 
First Annual Report, 1907 : 08, Tallahassee, Fla., 1908. 
Florida State Geological Survey, 1887, by J. Kost. Fla. Geol. Sur., 1887. 
Flower, Wm, Henry. 

Osteology of the Mammalia. 
Flynn, Benjamin H. 

The Natural Features and Economic Development of the Sandusky, 
Maumee, Muskingum, and Miami Drainage Areas in Ohio. U. S. G. S. 
Water-supply, Paper No. 91, 1904. 
I-Yynn. Maim; a ret S. 

The Natural Features and Economic Development, of the Sandusky. 
Maumee, Muskingum, and Miami Drainage Areas in Ohio, by B. H. 
Flynn, and Margaret S. Plynn. U. S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper No. 
91, 1904. 
FOEBS1 i.. A' (, i si Km DEBICK. 

Geology <>( the Narrangansett Basin, by N. S. Shaler, J. B. Woodworth, 
and A. I'. Kocrste. Monographs of the U. S. G. S., 1899. 

I'm K-LOBE, I mm W 

llaidd Texts dud Myl lis, Skidegate Dialect; Recorded by John R. 
Swanton. Bur. or American Ethnology, bulletin No. 29, 1905. 



151 

Follansbee, Robert. 

Surface Water Supply of Missouri River Drainage, 1906, by Follansbee, 
R. I. Meeker, and J. E. Stewart. U. S. G. S. "Water-supply, Paper No. 
208, 1907. 
surface Water Supply of the North Pacific Coast Drainage, 1906, by 
J. C. Stevens, Robert Follansbee and E. C. LaRue. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply, Paper No. 214, 1907. 
Surface Water Supply of Upper Mississippi River and Hudson Bay 
Drainages. 1906. by A. H. Horton and R. Follansbee. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply, Paper No. 207, 1907. 
Folsom, Justus Watson. 

Entomology with Special Reference to its Biological and Economic 
Aspects. Blakiston's Son, 1906. 

FONDATION, TeYLER. 

Catalogue de la Bibliotheque. Tome 3, 1888-1903. 
Fontaine, William Morris. 

Contributions to the Knowledge of the Older Mesozoic Flora of Vir- 
ginia. U. S. G. S., 1883. 

The Permian or Upper Carboniferous Flora of West Virginia, and South- 
tcest Pennsylvania. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1880. 

The Potomac Formations in Virginia. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 145, 
1896. 

The Potomac or Younger Flora. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. 15, 1889. 

The Cretaceous Formations of the Black Hills as Indicated by the 
Fossil Plants, by Lester F. Ward, with the collaboration of Walter 
P. Jenny, Wm. M. Fontaine, and F. H. Knowlton. From the 19th 
Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Status of the Mesozoic Floras of the United States, Second Paper, by 
Lester F. Ward, with the collaboration of Wm. M. Fontaine, Arthur 
Bibbins and G. R. Wieland. U. S. G. S., 1905. 
Food of the Fishes of the Mississippi Valley. 

By S. A. Forbes. 
Foord, A. H., Ulrich, E. O., and Jones, T. R. 

Contributions to the Micro-Palaeontology. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur., 
Canada, 1883-92. 
Foote, A. E. 

Naturalists' Leisure Hour and Monthly Bulletin, Nos. 148, 150, 151. 
Foote, W. M. 

Complete Mineral Catalogue. Ed. 12, Foote, 1909. 
Foraminifera, Fossil. 

The Cretaceous Foraminifera of New Jersey, by Rufus Mather Bagg, Jr. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 88, 1898. 

The Miocene Foraminifera from the Monterey 'Shale of California, with 
a Few Species from the Tejon Formation, by R. M. Bagg, Jr. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 268, 1905. 
Forbes, S. A. 

Food of the Blue-Bird. 

Food of the Fishes of the Mississippi Valley. 

Grass Worm or Fall Army Worm. 

History and Status of Public School Science Work in Illinois. 

Lake as a Microcosm. 

Lecture on Insects Affecting Corn. 

Method of Science and the Public School. 

Noxious and Beneficial Insects. Twenty-fifth Report of the Illinois State 
Entomologist, 1909. 

Nursery Inspection and Orchard Insecticide Work in Illinois. U. S. 
Dept. Agri. Office Experiment Station. 

On a Bacterial Insect Disease. 

On a Contagious Disease of Caterpillars. 

Presidental Address Read Before the Association of Economic Ento- 
mologists. 



152 

Forbes, S. A. — Concluded.' 
Fish and Fishing. 
Contents and Index of the Reports of the State Entomologist of Illinois. 

13, 24, 1884-1908. 
Biological Investigations on the Illinois River, 1910. 
Forbes, Edward. 

Monograph of the Echinodermata of the British Tertiaries. Printed for 

the Palaeontogical Soc, 1852. 
Foreign Markets, Section Of. 

U. S. Dept. of Agri. Bulletins 10, 14, 15, 16, 17, 18, 22. Circulars 18, 

20, 22. 
Forest Fires. 

New Jersey. Forest Fires in New Jersey, by F. R. Meier. N. J. Geol. 

Sur., 1863. . 
North Carolina. Forest Fires; Their Destructive Work, Causes and Pre- 
vention, by W. W. Ashe. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. Bulletin No. 7. 
Foresty Bulletin. 

U. S. Dept. of the Interior, Tenth Census, No. 2-25. 
Forestry, Division Of. 

U. S. Dept. of Agri. Bulletin No. 9, Circulars No. 55, 57, 73, 92, 89, 

117, 131. 
Forests and Forestry. 

Ensayo Practice de Repoblacion de Bosques, by Mariano Barcena. Secre- 

retaria de Formento, 1897. 
The Role of Insects in the Forest, by John B. Smith. N. J. Geol. Sur., 

1863. 
Appalachian Mountains. The Southern Appalachian Forests, by H. B. 

Ayres and W. W. Ashe. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 37, 1905. 
Arizona. Forest Conditions in the San Francisco Mountains Forest 

Reserve, Arizona, by John B. Leiberg, T. F. Rixon and Arthur Dodwell, 

With an Introduction, by F. G. Plummer. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 

22, 1904. 
Forest Conditions in the Black Mesa Forest Reserve, Arizona, prepared 

by F. G. Plummer from notes by T. F. Rixon and Arthur Dodwell. 

U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 23, 1904. 
California. Forest Conditions in the Northern Sierra Nevada, Califor- 
nia, by John B. Leiberg. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 8, 1902. 
San Bernardino Forest Reserve, by John B. Leiberg. From the 19th 

Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-99. 
San Gabriel Forest Reserve, Preliminary Report, by John B. Leiberg. 

From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
The San Gabriel, San Bernardino and San Jacinto Forest Reserves, by 

John B. Leiberg. -From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 

1898-99. 
San Jacinto Forest Reserve, Preliminary Report, by John B. Leiberg. 

From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
The Stanislaus and Lake Fahoe Forest Reserves and Adjacent Territory. 

by George B. Sudworth. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. 

G. S., 1899-1900. 
Colorado. The Pikes Peak, Plum Creek and South Platte Forest 

Reserves, by John G. Jack. From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. 

G. S., 1898-99. 
The White River Plateau and Battlement Mesa Forest Reserves, by 

George B. Sudworth. From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 

1898-99. 
Europe. Notes Collected inning a Visit to the Forests of Holland, Ger- 
many, Switzerland and France, by John Gifford. N. J. Geol. Sur., 

L863. 
Idaho. The Bitterroot Forest /reserve, by John B. Leiberg. From the 

20th Annual Reporl of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 



153 

Forests and Forestry — Continual. 

Present Condition of the Forested Areas in Northern Idaho Outside the 

Limits of the Priest River Forest Reserve and North of the Clearwater 

River, by John B. Leiberg. From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. 

G. S., 1897-98. 
Priest River Forest Reserve, by John B. Leiberg. From the 19th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
Indian Territory. Woodland of Indian Territory, by C. H. Fitch. From 

the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
Kentucky. Report on the Forests of Greenup, Carter, Boyd and Laiv- 

rence Counties, by N. S. Shaler and A. R. Crandall. Ky. Geol. Sur., 

1873-1891. 
Minnesota. Timber Conditions in the Pine Region of Minnesota, by 

H. B. Ayres. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899- 

1900. 
Montana. The Flathead Forest Reserve, by H. B. Ayres. From the 

20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 
Bitterroot Forest Reserve, by John B. Leiberg. From the 19th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
Forest Conditions in the Absaroka Division of the Yellowstone Forest 

Reserve, Montana, and the Livingston and Big Timber Quadrangles, 

by John B. Leiberg. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 29, 1904. 
Forest Conditions in the Little Belt Mountains Forest Reserve, Montana, 

and the Little Belt Mountains Quadrangle, by John B. Leiberg. U. S. 

G. S. Prof. Paper No. 30, 1904/ 
New Jersey. The Forestal Conditions and Silvicultural Prospects of the 

Coastal Plain of New Jersey, with Remarks in Reference to Other 

Regions and Kindred Subjects, by John Gifford. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
A Preliminary Report on the Forest Conditions of South Jersey, by 

John Gifford. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Report on the Forest Fires for Season of 1895, by John Gifford. N. J. 

Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Relation Between Forestry and Geology in New Jersey. 1. Exist- 
ing Conditions. 2. Historical Development, by Arthur Hollick. N. 

J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Notes on the Forests of New Jersey, by Gifford Pinchot. " N. J. Geol. 

Sur., 1863. 
The Forests of New Jersey, by C. C. Vermeule. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Pine Belt of Southern New Jersey, and Water Supply, by C. C. Ver- 
meule. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Report on Forestry in Northern New Jersey, by C. C. Vermeule. N. J. 

Geol. Sur., 1863. 
New Mexico. Forest Conditions in the Lincoln Forest Reserve, New 

Mexico, by Fred G. Plummer and M. G. Gowsell. U. S. G. S. Prof. 

Paper No. 33, 1904. 
Forest Conditions in the Gila River Forest Reserve, New Mexico, by 

T. F. Rixon. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 39, 1905. 
North Carolina. The Forests, the Forest Lands, and Forest Products 

of Eastern North Carolina, by W. W. Ashe. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891, 

Bull. No. 5. 
N. C. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, Raleigh, 1893. 
Timber Trees and Forests of North Carolina, by Gifford Pinchot and 

W. W. Ashe. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. Bull. 6. 
Oregon. The Forests of Oregon, by Henry Gannett. U. S. G. S. Prof. 

Paper No. 4, 1902. 
Forest Conditio?is in the Cascade Range Forest Reserve, Oregon, by 

H. D. Langille, Fred G. Plummer, Arthur Dodwell, T. F. Rixon and 

John B. Leiberg, With an Introduction, by Henry Gannett. U. S. G. S. 

Prof. Paper No. 9, 1903. 
South Dakota. The Black Hills Forest Reserve, by Henry S. Graves. 

From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 



154 

Forests and Forestry — Concluded. 

United States. Classification of Lands, by Henry Gannett, Including 
Papers, by C. H. Fitch, R. B. Marshall, E. C. Barnard and John B. 
Leiberg. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900*. 

The Forests of the United States, by Henry Gannett. From the 19th 
and 20th Annual Reports of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Summary of Forestry Works in 1899-1900, by Henry Gannett. From the 
21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 

Washington. Washington Forest Reserve, by H. B. Ayres. From the 
19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Forest Conditions in the Olympic Forest Reserve, Washington, from 
notes by Arthur Dodwell and T. F. Rixon. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper 
No. 7, 1902. 

Olympic Forest Reserve, Washington, from field notes by Arthur Dod- 
well and T. F. Rixon. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 
1899-1900. 

The Forests of Washington; a Revision of Estimates, by Henry Gan- 
nett. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 5, 1902. 

The Eastern Part of the Washington Forest Reserve, by Martin W. Gor- 
man. From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Forest Conditions in the Cascade Range, Washington, betiveen Washing- 
ton and Mount Rainer Forest Reserves, by Fred G. Plummer. U. S. 
G. S. Prof. Paper No. 6, 1902. 

The Mount Rainer Forest Reserve, Washington, by Fred G. Plummer. 
From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 

Wyoming. The Teton and Yelloivstone Park (Southern Part) Forest 
Reserves, from notes by T. S. Brandegee. From the 19th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Teton Forest Reserve. From notes by Dr. T. S. Brandegee. From the 
19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Yellowstone Park Reserve (Southern Part), from notes by Dr. T. S. 
Brandegee. From the 19th Annual Report of the.U. S. G. S., 1899. 

The Black Hills Forest Reserve, by Henry S. Graves. From the 19th 
Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

The Bighorn Forest Reserve, by F. E. Town. From the 19th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

See, also, Trees. 
Forest Fires, New Jersey. A Study of Forest Fires and Wood Production 
in Southern New Jersey, by Gifford Pinchot. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Forstemann, Ernest Wilhelm. 

Mexican and Central American Antiquities, Calendar Systems, and His- 
tory; Twenty-four papers by Edward Seler, E. Forstemann, Paul 
Schellhas, Carl Sapper, and E. P. Dieseldorff ; Tr. from the German 
under the supervision of Charles P. Bowditch. Bur. of American 
Ethnology Bulletin No. 28, 1904. 
Forstner, William. 

The Quicksilver Resources of California. Sacramento, W.^ W. Shannon, 
Supt. Cal. State Mining Bureau, Bulletin No. 27, 1903.' 
Fobtxeb, Samuel. 

Conveyance of Water in Irrigation Canals, Flumes, and Pipes. U. S. 
G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 43, 1901. 

Seepage Water of Northern Utah. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 
7, 1897. 
Fossil Botany, Studies in. 

By D. H. Scott, Pt. I, Adam and Charles Black, 1908. 
Fossils, Catalogue of. 

By Lorenzo G. Yates' Collection Santa Barbara, 1886. 
Fossil Cephalopods, General of. 

I: A. Hyatt. From Proceed. Bos. Soc. Nat. Hist., Vol. XXII, 1883. 
i g at Chicago. 

Enumeration of Fossils Collected in the Niagara Limestone, by Alex. 
Winchell and O. Marcy, 1865. 



155 

Fossil Crab of Gay Head. 

By Wm. Stimpson. From Boston 'Jour, of Nat. Hist., Vol. VII, No. 4. 
Fossiles Deyoxiexs de Santa Lucia. 

By D. P. Oehlert. Extrait du Bull, de la Societe Geologique de France, 
189G, Lille, 1897. 
Fossils. 

By M. Edm. Pellat and M. P. Loriol. Extrait du Bulletin de la Societe 
Geologique de France, 1897. See Paleontology. 
Fossil Fish from the Trias. 

By J. S. Newberry. Annals N. Y. Acad. Sciences, Vol. I. 
Fossil Huxtek, The Life of a. 

By Charles H. Sternberg. Henry Holt, 1909. 
Fossils from the Marshall Group, Notices and Descriptions of. 

By Winchell, Alex. 

FOSSILE KOHLE UND KOHLEN-WASSERSTOFFE. 

By C. F. Zincken. 
Fossil Orthoptera. 

By S. A. Scudder. Ext. from the Geological and Geographical Survey 
of the Territories, No. 6, 1878. 

FOSSILER PSEUDOSCORPION. 

By H. B. Geinitz. Besonderer Abdruck. Dresden, 1882. 

FOSSILI INFRALIASSICI. 

By G. Capellini. Bologna, 1866-67. 
Fossil Shells, Description of Some New. 

By H. C. Lea. Read before the Am. Phil. Soc, May 29, 1843. 
Fossils Siluriens. 

• By Joachim Barrand. Paris, 1867-68. 
Fossil Vertebrates. 

By Joseph Leidy. Report of the U. S. G. S. of the Territories, Vol. I, 
1873. 
Fossil White Ants of Colorado. 

By S. H. Scudder. 
Foster, J. W. and Whitney, J. D. 

Report on the Geology and Topography of a Portion of the Lake Su- 
perior Land District. Pt. I, Copper Lands, 1850. 
Report on the Geology of the Lake Superior Land District. Pt. II, 
Iron Region, 1851. 
Foster and Whitney's Report Maps. 
Founders, Charter, Constitution and By-laws. 

St. Louis Academy of Science, 1890. 
Founder's Day. 

Carnegie Museum. April 13, 1899-1909. 
Fowke, Gerard. 

Archaeological History of Ohio, the Mound Builders and Later Indians. 

Ohio State Archaeological and History Soc, 1902. 
Archeologic Investigations in James and Potomac Valleys. U. S. Bur. 
of American Ethnology. Bulletin No. 23, 1894. 
Fragments of the History of the Lost Tribe. 

By L. G. Yates. Am. Anthropologist, Oct., 1891. 
Fraipont, Julien. 

Notice sur une Caverne a Ossements. 
Francis, G. 

Chemical Experiments. Daniels, 1850. 
Frazer, Persifor. 

Second Report of Progress in the Laboratory of the Survey at Harris- 
burg, by Andrew S. McCreath. Including Classification of Coals, 
by Persifor Frazer. 
Topographical Map, of the South Mountains in Adams, Franklin, Cum- 
berland, and York Counties, surveyed by Ambrose E. Lehman, Maps. 
by Persifor Frazer. Pa. Geol. Sur., 188?. 



156 

Frazer, Persifor — Concluded. 

Report of Progress in the Counties of York, Adams, Cumberland, and 

Franklin. Illustrated by Maps and with a Preliminary Discussion on 

the Dillsburg Ore Bed, and a Catalogue of Specimens Collected in 

1875, by Persifor Frazer, Jr. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1875. 

Report of Progress in the District of York and Adams Counties. Pa. 

Geol. Sur., 1874. 
The Geology of Chester County, after the Surveys of Henry D. Rogers, 
Persifor Frazer and C. E. Hall. Ed. by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. Sur., 
1883. 
The Geology of Lancaster County. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1880. 
Freeman, H. C. 

Hydraulic Cement Works. Trans. Am. Inst. Mining Engineers, May, 

1884. 
La Plata Mountains, Colorado. 
Free Publications, Use of Teachers. 

Circular 94, Off. Experiment Stations. U. S. Dept. of Agri. 
Fruit. 

Illinois State Horticultural Society, Transactions, 1876-89, 1891, 1893, 
1903. Vol. 10-23, 25, 27, 36. Pub. by the Society, 1877-1903. 
French, Allen. 

Book of Vegetables and Garden Herbs. 
Fresh Water Rhizopods. 

By Joseph Leidy. Report of the U. S. G. S. of the Territories, Vol. 12, 
1879. 
Fresh Water Shells. 

By C. E. Beecher. Extract from the 36th Report on the New York^ 
State Museum of Natural History, 1884. 
Fresh Water Shell Mounds of the St. John's River, Florida. 

By Jeffries Wyman. Fourth memoir, Peabody Acad, of Science, 1875. 
Friedlander, R. and Sohn. 
Zoologisches Adressbuch. 
Bucher-verzeichniss. 
Fuel. 

A Weekly Journal Devoted to Coal, Coke and Kindred Industries. Chi- 
cago, 1910. Vol. XV, No. 12. 
Fuhrwerksbetrieben. 

Berlin, 1904. 
Fuller, Myron Leslie. 

Bibliographic Review and Index of Papers Relating to Underground 
Waters, published by the U. S. G. S., 1879-1904. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply, Paper No. 120, 1905. 
Bibliographic Review and Index of Underground Water Literature Pub- 
lished in the U. 8. in 1905, by Myron L. Fuller, Frederick G. Clapp, 
and Bertrand L. Johnson. U. S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper No. 163, 
1906. 
Failure of Wells Along the Lower Huron River, Michigan, in 1904. 
From report for 1904 of Michigan Board of Geological Survey, 1905. 
The Gaines Oil Field of Northern Pennsylvania. From the 22d Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Underground Waters of Southern Louisiana, by Gilbert Dennison Har- 
ris, With Their Uses for Water Supplies and for Rice Irrigation, by 
M. L. Fuller. U. S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper No. 101, 1904. 
invmary of the Controlling Factors of Artesian Flows. U. S. G. S. 
Bulletin No. 319, I 
Underground Wala* of Eastern United States. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply No. 114, 1905. 
Contributions to the Hydrology of Eastern United States, 1903-05. U. S. 
G. s. Water-supply, Paper Nos. 102, 110, 145. 






157 

Fuller, MYron Leslie — Concluded. 

Record of Deep Well Drilling for 190 J h U. S. G. S. Bulletin Nos. 264, 

298, 1905. 
Underground Water Papers, 1906. U. S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper No. 
160, 1906. 

FULTOX. JOIIX. 

Special Report on the Coke Manufacture of the Youghiogheny River 
Valley in Fayette and Westmoreland Counties, with Geological Notes 
of the Coal and Iron Beds, from the Surveys of C. A. Young, by 
Franklin Piatt, to which are appended: 1. A Report on Methods of 
Coking, by John Fulton. 2. A Report on the Use of Natural Gas in 
the Iron Manufacture, by John B. Pearse and Franklin Piatt. Pa. 
Geol. Sur., 1876. 

Report of Progress in Bradford and Tioga Counties. 1. Limits of- the 
Catskill and Chemung Formation, by Andrew Sherwood. 2. Descrip- 
tion of the Barclay, Blossburg, Fall Brook, Arnot, Antrim and Gaines 
Coal-fields, and at the Forks of Pine Creek in Potter County, by F. 
Piatt. 3. On the Coking of Bituminous Coal, by John Fulton. Pa. 
Geol. Sur., 1878. 
Fungi, North America. 

Bibliographical Index of North American Fungi, by W. G. Farlow. Car- 
negie Instit., 1905. See, also, Mushrooms. 
Fur-Bearixg Animals. 

By Elliott Coues. U. S. G. S. of the Territories, 1877. 
Further Contributions to the Manufacture of Artificial Sandstone or 
Sand Brick. 

By S. V. Peppel. Trans. Am. Ceramic Soc, Feb., 1903. 



Gabb, William More. 

California Geological Survey, 1865-82. 

Palaeontology. Pub. by authority of the Legislature of California. Cal. 

Geol. Sur., 1864-69. 
Catalogue of the Invertebrate Fossils of the Cretaceous Formations of 
the United States, 1859. 
Cage, J. R. 

Report of the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, Including 
Field Work of 1873-1874. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1874. 
Cage. R. B. 

The Chemical Composition of the White Crystalline Limestones of 
Sussex and Warren Counties, by Henry B. Kummel. N. J. Geol. Sur., 
1863. 
The Glass-sand Industry of New Jersey, by Kummel and Gage. N. J. 
Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Gale. Hoyt S. 

Geology of the Rangel.y Oil District, Rio Blanco County, Colorado, with 
a Section on the Water Supply, by Gale. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
350, 1908. 
The Yampa Coal Field, Routt County, Colorado, by N. M. Fenneman 
and Hoyt S. Gale, With a Chapter on the Character and Use of the 
Yampa Coals, by Marius R. Campbell. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 297, 
1906. 
Gallaher. John A. 

New Year Announcement of the Bureau of Geology and Mines of Mis- 
souri. Publications of the Geol. Sur. of Mo., 1900. 



158 

Gannett, Henry. 

The Aims and Methods of Artography, with Especial Reference to the 
Topographic Maps Now Under Construction in Maryland, by the U. S. 
G. S., 1898. 

Altitudes in Alaska, by Henry Gannett. Bulletin No. 169, of the U. S. 
G. S., 1900. 

The Areas of the United States, the States, and the Territories. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 302, 1906. 

The Average Elevation of the United States. From the 13th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1891-92. 

Boundaries of the United States and of the Several States and Terri- 
tories, with a Historical Sketch of the Territorial Changes. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 13, 1885. 

Boundaries of the United States and of the Several States and Terri- 
tories, with an Outline of the History of all Important Changes of 
Territory. U. S, G. S. Bulletin No. 171, 1900. 

Boundaries of the United States' and of the Several States and Terri- 
tories, with an Outline of the History of all Important Changes of 
Territory; 3d Ed., U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 226, 1904. 

Classification of Lands, by Henry Gannett, Including Papers, by C. H. 
Fitch, R. B. Marshall, E. C. Barnard, and John B. Leiberg. From 
the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 

A Dictionary of Altitudes in the United States, compiled by Henry Gan- 
nett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 5, 1884. 

A Dictionary of Altitudes in the United States, 2d Ed., compiled by 
Henry Gannett, Chief Topographer. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 76, 
1891. 

A Dictionary of Altitudes in the United States, 3d Ed. U. S. G. S. Bul- 
letin No. 160, 1899. ; 

A Dictionary of Altitudes in the United States, 4th Ed. U. S. G. S. 
Bulletin No. 274, 1906. 

A Dictionary of Geographic Positions in the United States. U. S. G. S. 
Bulletin No. 123, 1895. 

The Forests of Oregon. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 4, 1902. 

The Forests of the United States. From the 19th-20th Annual Report 
of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

The Forests of Washington; a Revision of Estimates. U, S. G. S. Prof. 
Paper No. 5, 1902. 

A Gazetteer of Colorado. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 291, 1906. 

A Gazetteer of Cuba. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 192, 1902. 

A Gazetteer of Delaware. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 230, 1904. 

A Gazetteer of Indian Territory. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 248, 1905. 

A Gazetteer of Kansas. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 154, 1898. 

A Gazetteer of Maryland. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 231, 1904. 

A Gazetteer of Porto Rico. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 183, 1901. 

A Gazetteer of Texas. IT. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 190, 1902. 

A Gazetteer of Texas, 2d Ed. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 224, 1904. 

A Gazetteer of Utah. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 166, 1900. 

A Gazetteer of Virginia. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 232, 1904. 

A Gazetteer of West Virginia. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 233, 1904. 

A Geographic Dictionary of Connecticut. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 117, 
1894. 

A Geographic Dictionary of Massachusetts. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
L16, 1894. 

A Geographic Dictionary of New Jersey. IJ. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 118, 
1894. 

A Geographic Dictionary of Rhode Island. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 115. 



159 

Gannett, Henry — Concluded. 

Magnetic Declination in the United States. From the 17th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
A Manual of Topographic Methods. U. S. G. S., 1893. 
The Origin o/ Certain Place Names in the United States. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 197, 190- 
The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States. U. S. G. S , 

2d Ed., Bulletin No. 258, 1905. 
Profiles of Rivers in the United States. U. S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper 

1894. 

No. 44, 1901. 
Results of Primary Triangulation. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 122, 1894. 
Summary of Forestry Work in 1899-1900. From the 21st Annual Report 

of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
Summary of the Primary Triangulation Executed by the U. S. G. S. 

Betioeen the Years 1882-1894. From the 16th Annual Report of the 

U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 
Summary of the Primary Triangulation Executed by the U. S. G. S. 

Betioeen the Years 1882-189 J h U. S. G. S., 1896. 
•Gannett, Samuel Stinson. 

Geographic Tables and Formulas. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 214, 1905. 
Geographic Tables and Formulas, 2d Ed. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 234, 

1904. 
Results in Spirit Leveling in Cal., 1896 to 1907, inclusive. Bulletin No.. 

342, U. S. G. S. 
Results of Spirit Leveling in Pennsylvania for the Years 1899-190'). Inclu- 
sive. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 288, 1906. 
Results of Spirit Leveling in the State of New York for the Years 1896 

to 1905, Inclusive. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 281, 1906. 
Results of Primary Triangulation and Primary Traverse. U. S. G. S., 

1900. 
Gasman, H. 

Preliminary Report on the Animals of the Waters of the Mississippi 

Bottoms Near Quincy, III., in August, 1888. Spring. Print. Co., 1889. 
Garnett, A. S. 

Treatise on the Hot Springs of Arkansas. Van Beck, 1874. 
Garrett Co., Md. 

Md. Geol. Sur, 1902. 
Garrey, George H. 

Preliminary Report of Goldfield, Bullfrog and Other Mining Districts 

in Southern Nevada, by Frederick Leslie Ransome, With Notes on the 

Manhattan District, by G. H. Garrey and W. H. Emmons. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 303, 1907. 
Economic Geology of the Georgetown Quadrangle (Together ivith the 

Empire District), Colorado, by Josiah E. Spurr and George H. Garrey; 

With General Geology, by Sydney H. Ball. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper 

No. 63, 1908. 
Garrigou, D. Felix. 

Etude Comparative des Alluvions Quaternaires Anciennes, 1865. 

U Homme Fossile Historique General de la Question et Discussion de 

la Decouverte d'Abberville. Dentu, 1863. 
Garrigues, S. 

Report on the Salt Manufacture of Michigan. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1873- 

1876. 



160 

Gas. 

Illuminating and Fuel Gas and By-Products, by William B. Phillips. 
From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 

Natural. Oil and Gas Fields of the Western Interior and Northern 
Texas Coal Measures and of the Upper Cretaceous and Tertiary of the 
Western Gulf Coast, by George I. Adams. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 184, 
1901. 

Ohio. Preliminary Report Upon Petroleum and Inflammable Gas, by 
Edward Orton. Ohio Geol. Sur., 1886. 

Pennsylvania. Seventh Report on the Oil and Gas Fields of Western 
Pennsylvania, for 1887-1888, by John F. Carll. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1890. 

California. The Gas and Petroleum Yielding Formations of the Central 
Valley of California, by W. L. Watts. Cal. State Mining Bureau Bul- 
letin No. 3, 1894. 

Oil and Gas Yielding Formations of Los Angeles, Ventura, and Santa 
Barbara Counties, by W. L. Watts. Cal. State Mining Bureau Bulletin 
No. 11, 1896. 

Kansas. Economic Geology of the lola Quadrangle, Kansas, by George 
I. Adams, Erasmus Haworth and W. R. Crane. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 
No. 238, 1904. 

Kentucky. Report on the Occurrence of Petroleum, Natural Gas and 
Asphalt Rock in Western Kentucky, Based on Examinations Made in 
1888 and 1889, by Edward Orton. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1891. 

Indiana. The Trenton Limestone as a Source of Petroleum and Inflam- 
mable Gas in Ohio and Indiana, by Edward Orton. From the 8th 
Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1886-87. 

The Natural Gas Field of Indiana, by Arthur John Phinney. From the 
11th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1889-90. 

Minnesota. Natural Gas in Minnesota, by N. H. Winchell. Minn. Geol. 
and Nat. Hist. Survey Bulletin No. 5, 1889. 

Ohio. The Concurrence and Exploitation of Petroleum and Natural Gas 
in Ohio, by John Adams Bownocker. Ohio Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, 
1903. 

Geology of Oil and Gas Fields in Steubenville, Burgettstown and Clays- 
ville Quadrangles, Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsylvania, by W. T. 
Griswold and M. J. Munn. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 318, 1907. 

The Trenton Limestone as a Source of Petroleum and Inflammable Gas 
in Ohio and Indiana, by Edward Orton. From the 8th Annual Report 
of the U. S. G. S., 1886-87. 

Pennsylvania. Geology of Oil and Gas Fields in Steubenville, Burgetts- 
town and Claysville Quadrangles, Ohio, West Virginia and Pennsyl- 
vania, by W. T. Griswold and M. J. Munn. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
318, 1907. 

Oil and Gas Fields of Greene County, Pa., by Ralph W. Stone and Fred- 
erick G. Clapp. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 304, 1907. 

West Virginia. Geology of Oil and Gas Fields in Steubenville, Bur- 
gettstown and Claysville Quadrangles, Ohio, West Virginia and Penn- 
sylvania, by W. T. Griswold and M. J. Munn. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
318, 1907. 

See, also, Coal Gas. 
Gaskell, Walter Holbrook. 

The Origin of Vertebral cs, Longmans, 1908. 
() \si eropoda, Fossil. 

The Lower Silurian Gastropoda of Minnesota, by E. O. Ulrich and W. H. 
Scofield. From Vol. Ill of the Final Geological and Natural History 
Survey of Minn., 1897. 

New Jersey. Gasteropoda and Cephalopoda of the Raritan Clays and 
Oreensand Marls of New Jersey, by Robert Parr Whitfield. U. S. G. S. 
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Geabe, Randolph. 1. 

A List of the Publications of the United States National Museum, 

Including the Annual Reports, Proceedings, Bulletins, Special Bul- 
letins and Circulars, with Index to Titles. U. S. National Museum 

Bulletin No. 51, 1902. 
Geinitz, Hans Bruno. 

Carbon formation und Gyas in Nebraska. 

Die Fossilen Saurier, by Geinitz and J. Deichmuller. 

Fossilen Fischschuppcn aus dem Planerkalke in Strehlen. 

Fossiler Pseudo-Scorpion. Besonderer Abdruck. 

Ueber Einige Kiesablagerunden und die Diluvialen Saugethiere des 

Konigreichs Sachsen. 
Ueber die Grenzen der Zechstein-Formation und der Dyas Uberhaupt, 

Leopoldina, Vol. XXI, 1885. 
Zur Dyas in Hessen. 
Zur Erinnerung an Eduard Desor, Ehrenmitglied der Isis Seit dem 

Jahre, 1865. N. P. 1882. 
Dyas; oder, Die Zechstein Formation and das Rothliegende, Engelmann, 

1861. 
Mineralogie and Geologic Sitzungs-Berichte, 1879. 
Palaeontology, by H. B. Heinitz, K. A. Zittel, P. Roemer and J. V. 

Deichmuller. 
Palaeontologische Beitrage, 1885. 
Gems. 

Gems and Gem Minerals, by O. C. Farrington. Mumford, 1903. 
Treatise on Gems in Reference to Their Practical and Scientific Value, 

by Lewis Peuchtwanger. Hanford, 1838. 
Natural History, Ancient and Modern, of Precious Stones and Gems and 

of the Precious Metals, by C. W. King. Bell, 1865. 
Further Notes on "I?lclusions ,, in Gems, by Isaac Lea. Collins, 1876. 
Das Mineralreich, by R. Brauns. Stuttgart, 1903. 
See also, Diamonds; Precious Stones. 
Genbe Scalaeia. 

By H. P. Nyst. Bruxelles. 
Genth, Frederick Augustus, Jr. 

The Geology of Philadelphia County and of the Southern Parts of 

Montgomery and Bucks, by Charles E. Hall. With Analyses of 

Rocks, by Dr. F. A. Genth, and F. A. Genth, Jr. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 
The Geology of Centre County, by E. V. D'Invilliers. Extracts from 

Report to Lyon, Shorb & Co., by J. P. Lesley. Observations on the 

Geological Formations, by A. L. Ewing. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1884. 
Field Notes in Delaware County, by C. E. Hall, with a Colored Geolog- 
ical Map of the County, and Thirty-nine Photographic Pictures of the 

Granite Quarries, the Kaolin Mines, the Serpentine Outcrops, and the 

Castle Rocks. Additional Analyses of Minerals and Rocks from 

Delaware County, by F. A. Genth. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 
The Geology of Philadelphia County and of the Southern Parts of 

Montgomery and Bucks, by C. E. Hall, Dr. F. A. Genth, and F. A. 

Genth, Jr. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 
The Minerals of North Carolina. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 74, 1891. 
Preliminary Report of the Mineralogy of Pennsylvania, by F. A. Genth, 

with an Appendix on the Hydrocarbon Compounds, by Sampel P. 

Sadtler. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1875. 
Second Preliminary Report on the Mineralogy of Pennsylvania, by F. A. 

Genth, with Analyses of Mineral Spring Waters. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1876. 
Genus Palaeoxyris. 

By R. Kidston. Proceed. Roy. Physical Soc, Edinburgh. 
Genus Tulotoma, Review of. 

By A. G. Wetherby. Reprint. Quar. Jour. Conchology, May, 1877. 



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Geochemistry. 

The Data of Geochemistry, by Frank Wigglesworth Clarke. U. S. G. 
S. Bulletin No. 330, 1908. 
Geodesy, U. S. 

Summary of the Primary Triangulation Executed by the United States 
Geological Survey Between the Years 1882-189%, by Henry Gannett. 
U. S. G. S., 1896. See also, Earth; Surveying. 
Geographen-kalender, 1907. 

By Hermann Haack. 
Geogenetische Beitrage. 

By Otto Kuntze. Leipsig, 1895. 
Geognostisch-palaeontologische Bemerkungen. 
By Eduard Eichwald. St. Petersburg,, 1871. 
Geographic Names in the Philippine Islands. 

Special Report of the U. S. Board on Geographic Names, Washington, 
1901. 
Geographical Collections. 

Philadelphia Museums, 1908 and 1909. 
Geographical Notes Upon Russian America and the Stickeen River, 1868. 

By Wm. P. Blake. 
Geographical Names. 

See Names Geographical. 
Geography, Commercial. 

Handbook of Commercial Geography, ivith an Additional Chapter on 

Trade Routes, by G. G. Chisholm. Ed. 7, Longmans, 1908. 
Mathematical. Geographic Tables and Formulas, Compiled by Samuel 

S. Gannett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 214, 1903. 
Geographic Tables and Formulas, 2d Ed., Compiled by Samuel S. Gan- 
nett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 234, 1904. 
United States. The Areas of the United States, the States, and the 
Territories, by Henry Gannett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 302, 1906. 
See also, Boundaries; Earth; Ethnology; Latitude; Longitude; Maps; 
Names (Geographical); Physical Geography; Surveying. 
Geological and Agricultural Survey of One Hundred Miles West of 
Omaha. 

By the Union Pacific Railroad. 
Geological Chart of the United States. 

By F. H. Bradley. 
Geological Commission Cape of Good Hope. 

Bibliography of South African Geology, Pts. I and II, 1897. 
Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man. 

By Sir Charles Lyell, 1863. 
Geological Formations Crosskd by the Syracuse and Chenango Valley 
Railroad. 

By L. M. Underwood. A Thesis for the Degree of the Ph. D. Syracuse, 
1879. 
Geoi ogical Fuhrer. 
By G. C. Laube. 
Geological Literature ok Indiana. 

Indiana Academy of Science, 1893. 
Geologic a l M a g a zi n i •:. 
Vol. I-X, 1864-1873. 

\v /r Series, Decade 2. Vol. I-VIII, 1876-1881. 
New Series, Decade 3. Vol. VIII, IX, X, 1891-1893. 
Geological Map ok the United States. 

By C. H. Hitchcock. Am. Inst. Mining Engineers, Oct., 1886. 
Geological Map of the Dominion of Canada, 1882. 

Geol. Sui-. of Canada. 
Geoi ogical Mused \is. 

Catalogue of the Geological Museum, by Charles E. Hall, and Others. 
Pa. Geol. Snr., L878-89. 






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Geological Reconnoissance, Report of a. 

By G. W. Featherstonehaugh. Made in 1835 from the Seat of Govern- 
ment by Way of Green Bay and the Wisconsin Territory. 
Geological Reconnoissance, Report of a. 

Of the Chippewa Land District of Wisconsin, 1848, by D. D. Owen. 
Geological Report of the Exploration of the Yellowstone and Missouri 
Rivers. 

By F. V. Hayden. Corps of Engineers, 1859-60 
Geological Series. 

Field Museum, Vol. I, 1895-1902; Vol. II, 1908, 1907. 
Field Museum, Vol. Ill, No. 1-8, 1905-10; Vol. IV, No. 1, 1909. 
Geological Society of America. 

Twelfth Annual Meeting. Preliminary List of Papers. Vol. I-XIX, 1890- 

1908; Vol. XX, XXI, XXII, 1910-1911. 
Fifth Annual Meeting, Proceedings, 1892. 
Seventh Summer Meeting, Preliminary List of Papers, 1895. 
Geological Society of London. 

Abstracts of Proceedings, Sessions 1895-1902 and 1902-1908. 
Abtsracts of Proceedings, Sessions 1908-1909, 1909-1910. 
British Palaeozoic Rocks and Fossils. 
Quarterly Journal. 
Geological Society of Pennsylvania. 

Historical Sketch of Geological Explorations in Pennsylvania and Other 
States, by J. P. Lesley. With an appendix containing the annual 
report of the State Geologists to the Board of Commissioners. Pa. 
Geol. Sur., 1876. 
Geological Society' of Washington. 

Presidential Address, by Arnold Hague, 1898. 
Geological Surveys, New Jersey. 

Historical Notes on the Geological Surveys of New Jersey. N. J. Geol. 
Sur., 1863. 
Geological Survey of Lands of the Columbus National Petroleum Com- 
pany. 

By Leo Lesquereux, Columbus, 1865. 
Geological Survey of Ohio, its Progress in 1869. 

Report of an Address Delivered to the Legislature of Ohio, February 7, 
1870, by J. S. Newberry. 
Geological Survey of Wisconsin. 

Annual Report, 1854, by Edward Daniels. 
Annual Report, 1857, by Edward Daniels. 
Report of the Superintendent, 1861, by James Hall. 
Annual Report, 1885, by Percival James. 
Geological Survey of Wisconsin, Iowa and Minnesota. 

By D. D. Owen. Made under instructions from the U. S. Treasury 
Department, 1852. 
Geologie des Kurischen Hoffes. 

By Dr. G. Berendt. Koningsberg, 1869. 
Geologie et Paleontologie. 

By A. LVArchiac, Paris, 1866. 

By E. Hebert. Extrait du Bull, de la Soc Geol. de France, Paris, 
1854-1866. 
Geology and Botany. 

By J. S. Newberry. Annals N. Y. Acad. Sciences, Vol. Ill, 1884. 
Experiments on Schistosity and Slate Cleavage, by George F. Becker. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 241, 1904. 
Geology and Mineralogy Considered toith Reference to Natural Theology, 

by Rev. William Buckland. Carey, 1837. 
Vol. I, II, III, by T. C. Chamberlin and R. D. Salisbury. Henry Holt, 
1906. 



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Geology City of New York. 

By L. P. Gratacap. Holt, 1909. 
Geology. 

Analyse of Rocks from the Laboratory of the U. S. G. 8., 1880 to 1903, 

Tabulated by P. W. Clarke. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 228, 1904. 
Mineral Analyses from the Laboratories of the V. 8. G. 8., 1880-1903, 

Tabulated by F. W. Clarke. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 220, 1903. 
Contributions to the Geology of Eastern Massachusetts, by W. O. Crosby,, 

in Boston Soc. Nat. Hist. Occasional Papers, Vol. Ill, 1880. 
Manual of Geology, by J. D. Dana. Bliss, 1864. 
The Geological Observer, by Sir H. T. De la Beche, Blanchard, 1851. 
Economic of the U. 8., by Heinrich Reis. Macmillan, 1907. 
Geonomy. Creation of the Continents by the Ocean Currents, by J. S. 

Grimes, Lippincott, 1885. 
Hudson Valley. Geology of the Hudson Valley between the Hoosic and 

the Einderhook, by T. N. Dale. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 242, 1904. 
Report on the Geological Age of the Mississippi Delta, by E. W. Hilgard. 
Gov't Print. Off., 1870. 
Geology, An Introduction to. 

By William B. Scott. Macmillan, 1897. 

Principles of Geology, by Johns Hopkins University, 1901. 

Elements of Geology, by Joseph Le Conte. Appelton, 1882. 

Dr. N. O. Hoist's Studies in Glacial Geology, by Josua Lindahl. 

An American Geological Raihvay Guide, by James Macfarlane. Ed. 2. 

Appelton, 1890. 
Wonders of Geology, by G. A. Mantell, Maltby, 1839. 
Lettres sur les Roches du Jura et Leur Distribution Geographique dans 

les Deux Hemispheres, by Jules Marcou. Klincksieck, 1857. 
List of Publications. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1838-1903. 
Old Red Sandstone, by Hugh Miller. Gould, 1851. 

American Palaeozoic Fossils; a Catalogue of the Genera and Species, by 
S. A. Miller, 1877. 
Geology of Natural Gas. 

By C. A. Ashburner. Am. Inst. Mining Engineers, 1885. 
Geology of St. Bruno Mountains. 

By J. A. Dresser. Canada Dept. of Mines, 1910. 
Geology of South Dakota, a Preliminary Report on. 

' By J. E. Todd. South Dakota Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, 1894. 
Geology of Urals. 

Map, 1869. 
Geology of Wisconsin. 

By T. C. Chamberlin, Survey of 1873-1877. Vol. II. 
By T. C. Chamberlin, Survey of 1873-1879. Vol. I. 
By T. C. Chamberlin, Survey of 1873-1879. Vol. III. 
By T. C. Chamberlin, Survey of 1873-1879. Vol. IV. 
By James Hall and J. D. Whitney. Vol. I, 1862. 
Geology of Yorkshire. 

By John Phillips. Pt. I, Yorkshire Coast, 1835. Pt. II, Mountain Lime- 
stone District, 1836. 
Geology and Palaeontology, North America. 

By S. A. Miller. First Appendix, 1892. Second Appendix, Vegetable 

Kingdom, Animal Kingdom, 1897. 
A Review of Sir Charles LyelVs Student's Elements of Geology, by John 

B. Perry. Draper, 1872. 
Economic Geology of the Independence Quadrangle, Kansas, by F. C. 
Schrader, and Erasmus Haworth. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 296, 1906. 
An Introduction to Geology, by W. B. Scott. Macmillan, 1907. 
The Colorado Formation <tn<i its Invertebrate Fauna, by Timothy W. 

Stanton. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 106, 1893. 
The Yorkshire Lias, by Ralph Tate, and J. F. Blake. Van Coorst, 1876. 
Uber den Wcrliscliuloi Horizon! <hs Enloceans, by H. Trautschold, 1882. 



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Geology. 

Courses of Science Applied to Military Art, Geology, by A. W. Vogdes. 
U. S. Artil. School, 1884. 
Geology and Veins of Tombstone Arizona. 

By W. P. Blake. Am. Inst. Mining Engineers, February, 1881. 
Geology. 

Application of Biology to Geological History, by C. A. White. Printed 
for the Society, 1885. 

Synoptical View of the Geological Succession of Organic Types, Ed. 2, 
by Alex. Winchell. Chase,, 1867. 

Alabama. Bulletin No. 1, Ala. Geol. Sur., 1886. 

First-Second Biennial Report on the Geology of Alabama, 1848-1855, by 
M. Tuomey. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1848-1857. 

Geological Map of Alabama, with Explanatory Chart. Ala. Geol. Sur., 
1894. 

Report on the Coal Measures of the Plateau Region of Alabama, by 
Henry McCalley. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1891. 

Report on the Geological Structure of Murphree's Valley, and Its Min- 
erals and Other Materials of Economic Value, by A. M. Gibson. Ala. 
Geol. Sur., 1893. 

Report on the Geology of the Coastal Plain of Alabama, by Eugene A. 
Smith, Lawrence C. Johnson and Daniel W. Langdon, Jr., With Con- 
tributions to Its Paleontology, by T. H. Aldrich and K. M. Cunning- 
ham. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1894. 

Report on the Coal Measures of Blount Mountain, with Map and Sec- 
tions, by A. M. Gibson. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1893. 

Report on the Valley of Alabama, by Henry McCalley. Ala. Geol. Sur., 
1896-97. 

Report on the Warrior Coal Basin, with Fifty Figures in Text, Seven 
Plates, and a Map, by- Henry McCalley. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1899-1900. 

Report on the Geology of Northeastern Alabama, and Adjacent Portions 
of Georgia and Tennessee, by C. W. Hayes. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1892. 

Partial List of Coal Plants from the Alabama Fields, and Discussion of 
the Geological Positions of Several Coal Seams, by Prof. Leo Les- 
quereux. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1875. 

Sketch of the Geology of Alabama, by E. A. Smith. Roberts, 1892. 

Tertiary and Cretaceous Strata of the Tuscaloosa, Tombigbee and Ala- 
bama Rivers, by E. A. Smith. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 43, 1887. 

Alaska. Reconnoissance of the Gold Fields of Southern Alaska with 
Some Notes on General Geology, by G. F. Becker. From the 18th 
Annual Report of the Survey, 1896-97. 

The Geography and Geology of Alaska; a Summary of Existing Knowl- 
edge, by Alfred H. Brooks; With a Section on Climate, by Cleveland 
Abbe, Jr., And a Topographic Map and Description Thereof, by R. U. 
Goode. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 45, 1906. 

Preliminary Report on the Ketchikan Mining District, Alaska, with an 
Introductory Sketch of the Geology of Southeastern Alaska, by A. H. 
Brooks. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 1, 1902. 

A Reconnoissance from Pyramid Harbor to Eagle City, Alaska, Includ- 
ing a Description of the Copper Deposits of the Upper White and 
Tanana Rivers, by A. H. Brooks. From the 21st Annual Report of the 
U. S. G. S., 1901. 

A Reconnoissance in the Tanana and White River Basins, Alaska, in 
1898, by A. H. Brooks. From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. 
G. S., 1898. 

Geology and Coal Resources of the Cape Lisburne Region, Alaska, by 
Arthur Collier. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 278, 1906. 

A Reconnoissance of the N orthwestern Portion of Seioard Peninsula, 
Alaska, by Arthur J. Collier. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 2, 1902. 

Report on Coal and Lignite of Alaska, by William Healey Dall. From 
the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 



16G 

Geology — Continued. 

A Reconnoissance in the Sushitna Basin and Adjacent Territory, Alaska, 

in 1898, by George H. Eldridge. From the 20th Annual Report of the 

U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 
Geology and Mineral Resources of the Controller Bay Region, Alaska, 

by G. C. Martin. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 335, 1908. 
The Petroleum Fields of the Pacific Coast of Alaska, with an Account of 

the Bering River Coal Deposits, by George C. Martin. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 250, 1905. 
A Reconnoissance of the Matanuska Coal Fields, Alaska, in 1905, by 

G. C. Martin. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 289, 1906. 
Geology of the Central Copper River Region, Alaska, by W. C. Menden- 

hall. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 41, 1905. 
The Mineral Resources of the Mount Wrangell District, Alaska, by W. C. 

Mendenhall and F. C. Schrader. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 15, 1903. 
Reconnoissance from Fort Hamlin to Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, by Way 

of Dall, Kanuti, Allen and Kowak Rivers, by W. C. Mendenhall. U. S. 

G. S. Prof. Paper No. 10, 1902. 
A Reconnoissance from Resurrection Bay to the Tanana River, Alaska. 

in 1898, by W. C. Mendenhall. From the 20th Annual Report of the 

U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 
The Fairhaven Gold Placers, Seiuard Peninsula, Alaska, by Fred H. 

Moffit. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 247, 1905. 
Mineral Resources of the Kotsina-Chitina Region, Alaska, by Fred H. 

Moffit. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 374, 1909. 
Geologic Reconnoissance in the Matanuska and Talkeetna Basins, 

Alaska, by Sidney Paige and Adolph Knopf. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 

327, 1907. 
The Fairbanks and Rampart Quadrangles, Yukon Tanana Region, 

Alaska, by L. M. Prindle, With a Section on the Rampart Placers, by 

F. Lr. Hess, And a Paper on the Water Supply of the Fairbanks Region, 

by C. C. Covert. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 337, 1908. 
The Forty Mile Quadrangle, Yukon Tanana Region, Alaska, by L. M. 

Prindle. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 375, 1909. 
The Gold Placers of the Forty Mile, Birch Creek and Fairbanks Region, 

Alaska, by Louis M. Prindle. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 251, 1905. 
The Rampart Gold Placer Region, Alaska, by L. M. Prindle and F. L. 

Hess. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 280, 1906. 
The Yukon Tanana Region, Alaska, Description of Circle Quadrangle, 

by L. M. Prindle. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 295, 1906. 
A Reconnoissance of the Chitina River and the Skolai Mountains, 

Alaska, by Oscar Rohn. U. S. G. S. From the 21st Report, 1899-1900. 
Preliminary Report on a Reconnoissance Along the Chandler and Koyu- 

kuk Rivers, Alaska, in 1899, by F. C. Schrader. From the 21st Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
A Reconnoissance in Northern Alaska, Across the Rocky Mountains, 

Along Koyukuk, John, Anaktuvuk and Colville Rivers, and the Arctic 

Coast to Cape Lisbume. in 1901. by Frank Charles Schrader, With 

Notes, by W. J. Peters. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 20, 1904. 
A Reconnoissance <>}' a Part of Prince William Sound and the Copper 

River District, Alaska, in t898, bv Frank Charles Schrader. From 

the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 
The Juneau Gold Belt, Alaska, by Arthur C. Spencer, And a Reconnois- 

sance of .Admiralty Island, Alaska, by C. W. Wright. IT. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 2X7, 1906. 
Geology of the Yukon Gold District, Alaska, by .Tosiah Edward Spurr; 

With an Introductory Chapter on the History and Condition of the 

District to 1897, by Harold Beach Goodrich. From the 18th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
A Reconnoissance in Southwestern Alaska, in 1898, by Josiah Edward 

Spurr, from the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 



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Geology — Concluded. 

The Porcupine Placer District, Alaska, by Charles W. Wright. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 236, 1904. 

The Ketchikan and Wrangell Mining Districts, Alaska, by Fred E. 
Wright and C. W. Wright. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 347, 1908. 
Geology, America, Maps. 

Mapoteca Geologica Americana. A Catalogue of Geological Maps of 
America (North and South), 1752-1881, in Geographic and Chronologic 
Order, by Jules Marcou and John Belknap Marcou. U. S. G. S. Bul- 
letin No. 7, Vol. II, 1884. 

Arizona. The Physical Geology of the GPrand Canon District, by Clar- 
ence E. Dutton. From the annual report of the director of the U. S. 
G. S., 1880-81. 

Tertiary History of the Grand Canon District, with Atlas, by Clarence 

E. Dutton, U. S. G. S. Monographs 2, 1882. 

Geologic Reconnoissance of a Part of Western Arizona, by Willis T. 

Lee; With Notes on the Igneous Rocks of Western Arizona, by Albert 

Johannsen. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 352, 1908. 
The Geology and Ore Deposits of the Bisoee Quadrangle, Arizona, by 

F. L. Ransome. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 21, 1904. 

Geology of the Globe Copper District, Arizona, by F. L. Ransome. 
U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 12, 1903. 

Pre-Cambrian Igneous Rocks of the Unkar Terrane, Grand Canyon of 

the Colorado, Arizona, by Charles Doolittle Walcott, With Notes on 

the Petrographic Character of the Laves, by Joseph Paxson Iddings. 

From the 14th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1892-93. 

Geology, Arkansas. 

Zinc and Lead Deposits of Northern Arkansas, by G. I. Adams, assisted by 
A. H. Purdue and E. F. Burchard, With a Section on the Determina- 
tion and Correlation of Formations, by E. O. Ulrich. U. S.. G. S. 
Prof. Paper No. 24, 1904. 

First Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Northern Counties 
of Arkansas, Made During the Years 1857 and 1858, by D. D. Owen 
and William Elderhorst and E. T. Cox. Ark. Geol. Sur., 1858. 

Second Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Middle and South- 
ern Counties of Arkansas, Made During the Years 1859 and 1860, by 
D. D. Owen, Robert Peter, M. Leo Lesquereux and Edward Cox. Ark. 
Geol. Sur., 1860. 

Bibliography of the Geology of Arkansas, by J. C. Branner. Geol. Sur. 
State of Ark., 1909. 

Silver in Arkansas, by C. P. Conrad. Adams, 1890. Reprinted from the 
Engineering and Mining Journal, Vol. XXX, 1880. 

Neozoic Geology of Southwestern Arkansas, by R. T. Hill. Ark. Geol. 
Sur., annual report, 1888. 

Geology of Dallas County, by C. E. Siebenthal. Brown, 1894. Reprinted 
from Vol. II of the annual report of the Ark. Geol. Sur. for 1891. 

Geology and Underground Water Resources of Northern Louisiana and 
Southern Arkansas, by A. C. Veatch. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 46, 
1906. 
Geology, Atlantic States. 

The Eocene Deposits of the Middle Atlantic Slope in Delaware, Mary- 
land and "Virginia, by William Bullock Clark. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 
No. 141, 1896. 

General Relations of the Granite Rocks in the Middle Atlantic Piedmont 
Plateau, by George Huntington Williams. From the 15th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1893-94. 
Geology, Australia. 

Report on the Geological and Mineral Features of Diglum Creek, Bar- 
mundoo, Gladstone District, by B. Dunstan. Gregory, 1901. Queens- 
land Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 16, 1901. 



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Geology, Australia — Concluded. 

Report on the Geological Features of Hazledean, East of Mackay, by B. 

Dimstan. Vaughn, 1901. In Queensland Geol. Sur. Buuetin No. 17. 
Belgium. Biblographie des Etages Laekenien, Ledien, Wemmelien, 

Asschien, Tongrien, Rupelien and Bolderien et des Depots Tertaries 

de la Haute et de la Moyenne Belgique, 1868-1900, by H. Forir. See 

Soc. Geol. de Belgique, Annales, 1899. 
La Geologic and la Reconnoissance du Terrain Houiller du Nord de la 

Belgique, by Max Lohest, Alfred and Henri Forie. Vaillant-Carmanne, 

1904. 
Annals. Soc. Geol. de Belgique. Vaillant-Carmanne, 1899. 
Brazil. Sur la Geologic d VAmozone, by Agassiz and Coutinho. Extrait 

du Bulletin de la Societe Geol. de France, 1868. 
Geology, California. 

Geology and Oil Resources of the Santa Maria Oil District, Santa Barbara 

County, California, by Ralph Arnold and Robert Anderson. U. S. G. 

S. Bulletin No. 322, 1907. 
Geology and Oil Resources of the Summerland District, Santa Barbara 

County, California, by Ralph Arnold. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 321, 

1907. 
A Geologic Reconnoissance in Southivestern Nevada and Eastern Cali- 
fornia, by Sydney H. Ball. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 308, 1907. 
Geology of the Quicksilver Deposits of the Pacific Slope, with an Atlas, 

by George F. Becker. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XIII, 1888. 
Notes on the Stratigraphy of California, by George F. Becker. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 19, 1885. 
California Geological Survey. Vol. I and II, 1865-82. 
Letter of the State Geologist Relative to the Progress of the State. Geol. 

Sur., 1801-1873. Report for 1864-65. 
Geology of the Lassen Peak District, by J. S. Diller. From the 8th 

Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1886-87. 
Geology of the Taylor sville Region, California, by J. S. Diller. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 353, 1908. 
Notes on the Geology of Northern California, by J. S. Diller. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 33, 1886. 
Topographic Development of the Klamath Mountains, by J. S. Diller. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 196, 1902. 
Sketch of the Geology of the San Francisco Peninsula, by Andrew C. 

Lawson. From the 15th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1893-94. 
Geology and Water Resources of Owens Valley, California, by Willis T. 

Lee. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 181, 1906. 
The Gold-Quartz Veins of Nevada City and Grass Valley Districts, Cal., 

by Waldemar Lindgren. From the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. 

G. S., 1895-96. 
Ground Waters of the Indio Region, California, with a Sketch of the 

Colorado Desert, by Walter C. Mendenhall. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 

Paper No. 225, 1909. 
Reports on the Geology, Botany and Zoology of Northern California and 

Oregon, by J. S. Newberry, 1857. 
Quaternary History of Mono Valley, California, by I. C. Russell. From 

the 8th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1886-87. 
A Geological Sketch of San Clemente Island, by William Sidney T. 

Smith. From the 18th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
Descriptive Geology of Nevada South of the Fortieth Parallel and Adja- 

C( ill, /'oil ions of California, 2d Ed., by J. S. Spurr. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

No. 208, 1905. 
Furl he- Contributions to the Geology of the Sierra Nevada, by Henry 

\Y. Turner. From the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
The Rocks <>[ the Sierra Nevada, by H. W. Turner. From the 14th 

Annual Report of the director of ilie U. S. G. S., 1892-93. 



169 

Geology, California — Concluded. 

A Bibliography Relating to the Geology, Paleontology, and Mineral Re- 
sources of California, by A. W. Vogdes. 2d Ed. Cal. State Mining 
Bureau, Bulletin No. 30, 1904. 

General Index to Publications of the California State Mining Bureau. 
Issued by the State Mining Bureau, by Charles G. Yale. Cal. State 
Mining Bureau, Bulletin No. 46, 1907. 

California Maps. Geological Map of the Mother Lode Region. Prepared 
in 1890 for the Cal. State Mining Bureau, by H. W. Fairbanks. Cal. 
State Mining Bur., 1896. 

Map of the Forest Hill Divide, Placer County, California, based upon Sur- 
veys and Examinations of Ross E. Browne. Prepared for the 10th 
Annual Report of the State Mineralogist, 1890. 
Geology, Canada. 

Lower Coal Measures as Developed in British America, by J. W. Daw- 
son, 1858. 
Geology, Cascade Range. 

A Geological Reconnoissance Across the Cascade Range near Forty-ninth 
Parallel, by G. O. Smith and F. C. Calkins. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
235, 1904. 
Geology, Colorado. 

Report of the State Geologist of the State of Colorado, 1879-80. Denver, 
Colo., 1879-80. Biennial Report of the State Geologist, 1879-80. 

Geology and Mining Industries of the Cripple Creek District, Colorado, 
by Whitman Cross and R. A. F. Penrose, Jr. From the 16th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 

Geology of Silver Cliff and the Rosita Hills, Colorado, by W. Cross, 
Accompanied by a Paper on the Mines of Custer County, Colorado, by 
S. F. Emmons. From the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 
1895-96. Wash. Gov't Print. Off., 1896. 

Geology of the Rico Mountains, Colorado, by W. Cross and Arthur Coe 
Spencer. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 

On Hyper sthene-andesite and on Triclinic Pyroxene in Augitic Rocks, by 
Whitman Cross, With a Geological Sketch of Buffalo Peaks, Colorado, 
by S. F. Emmons. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 1, 1883. 

Geology and Underground Waters of the Arkansas Valley, in Eastern 
Colorado, by N. H. Darton. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 52, 1906. 

The Downtown District of Leadville, Colorado, by Samuel F. Emmons 
and John D. Irving. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 320, 1907. 

Geology and Mining Industry of Leadville, Colorado, with Atlas, by S. F. 
Emmons. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XII, 1886. 

Geology of the Denver Basin in Colorado, by S. F. Emmons, W. Cross 
and George Homans Eldridge. U. S. G. S. Monographs, No. 27, 1896. 

Geology of the Boulder District, Colorado, by N. M. Fenneman. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 265, 1905. 

The Carboniferous Formations and Faunas of Colorado, by G. H. Girty. 
U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 16, 1903. 

Geology and Gold Deposits of the Cripple Creek District, Colorado, by 
Waldemar Lindgren and F. Leslie Ransome. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper 
No. 54, 1906. 

Report of Progress in the Geological Resurvey of the Cripple Creek Dis- 
trict, Colorado, by W. Lindgren and F. Leslie Ransome. U. S. G S. 
Bulletin No. 254, 1904. 

A Report on the Economic Geology of the Silverton Quadrangle, Colorado, 
by F. Leslie Ransome. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 182, 1901. 

Reconnoissance of the Book Cliffs Coal Field Between Grand River, 
Colorado and Sunnyside, Utah, by G. B. Richardson. U. S. G. S. Bulle- 
tin No. 371, 1909. 

Economic Geology of the Georgetown Quadrangle (Together with the 
Empire District), Colorado, by Josiah E. Spurr and George H. Barrey: 
With General Geology, by S. H. Ball. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 63, 
1908. 



170 

Geology, Colorado — Concluded. 

Geology of the Aspen Mining District, Colorado, with Atlas, by J. E. 
. Spurr, S. F. Emmons, geologist in charge. U. S. G. S. Monographs 

31, 1898. 
Mineral Vein Formation at Boulder Hot Springs, Montana, by Walter 

H. Weed. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
On the Geology and Physiography of a Portion of Northivestern Colo- 
rado, and Adjacent Parts of Utah and Wyoming, by C. A. White. 

From the 9th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1887-88. 
Geology, Colorado River. 

Making of the Grand Canon of the Colorado, by A. R. Crook. Reprinted 

from Pop. Sci. Mo., Nov., 1906. 
Geology, Colorado, Leadville. 

Abstract of a Report Upon the Geology and Mining Industry of Lead- 
ville, Lake Co., Colorado, by S. F. Emmons. From the annual report 

of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1880-81. 
Geology, Connecticut. 

Biennial Report of the Commissioners. Conn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur., 

1904. 
Bulletin No. 1-12, IS, 15, 17, 1903-08. Conn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. 
Geology of the New Haven Region with Special Reference to the Origin 

of Its Topographical Features, by J. D. Dana. Tuttle, 1870. 
The Triassic Formation of Connecticut, by William M. Davis. From the 

18th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
Bibliography of the Geology of Connecticut, by Herbert E. Gregory. 

Conn. Geol. and Natural Hist. Survey Bulletin No. 8, 1907. 
Preliminary Geological Map of Connecticut, by Herbert E. Gregory and 

Henry Hollister Robinson. Conn. State Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. 

Bulletin No. 7, 1907. 
The Newark System of Pomperaug Valley, Connecticut, by William Her- 
bert Hobbs, With a Report on Fossil Wood, by F. H. Knowlton. From 

the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
Manual of the Geology of Connecticut, by William North Rice and H. E. 

Gregory. Conn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. Bulletin No. 6, 1906. 
Geology, . Connecticut Valley. 

The Structure of the Triassic Formation of the Connecticut Valley, by 

AVilliam Morris Davis. From the 7th Annual Report of the director of 

the U. S. G. S., 1885-86. 
Geology, Dakota. 

The Lignites of the Great Sioux Reservation. A Report on the Region 

Betiveen the Grand and Moreau Rivers, Dakota, by Bailey Willis. U. 

S. G. S. Bulletin No. 21, 1885. 
Geology, Economic. 

Economical Geology of Illinois. Reprinted from the original reports of 

the Geol. Sur., with additions and emendations, by A. H. Worthen. 

111. Geol. Sur., 1882. 
Geology, Florida. 

Bulletin, No. 1, Tallahasse, Fla., 1908. Fla. Geol. Sur., 1907. 
First Annual Report, 1907-08. Fla. Geol. Sur., 1907. 
Florida Geological Survey. Second Annual Report, 1908-09. 
Third Annual Report, 1909-1910. 
Florida State Geol. Sur., 1887, by J. Kost. 
Geology, France. 

Memoire sur le Terrain Cretace des Ardennes et des Regiones Voisines, 

],y Charles Barrois. Six-Horemans, 1878. 
Notice Explicative de la Feuille Geologique de Chateau-Gontier, by L. 

Bureau and D. P. Oehlert. 
Note sur un Nouvel Horizon Dans le Terrain Devonien du Department de 

Mai.rift-r.i-Loirn, by I). Oehlert. Extrait du Bulletin de la Soc. Geol. 

de France, 1SS0. 



171 

Geology, Georgia. 

Administrative Report of the State Geologist, 1898. Ga. Geol. Sur. 
Bulletin. No. 1-19, Atlanta, Ga., 1894-1909. Ga. Geol. Sur., 1890. 
Report on the Geology of Northwestern Alabama, and Adjacent Portions 

of Georgia and Tennessee, by C. W. Hayes. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1892, 

Bulletin 4. 
The Paleozoic Group. The Geology of Ten Counties of Northive stern 

Georgia, by J. W. Spencer. Ga. Geol. Sur., 1893. 
Physico-geographical and Agriculture Features of the State of Georgia, 

by R. H. Loughridge. Ga. Geol. Sur., 1874-1879. 
Geology. Germany! 

JJeber die Gliederung der Oberen Juraformation und der Wealden- 

bildiing in Mord-ioestlichen Deutschland, by H. Credner, 1863. 
Zur Dyas in Hessen, by H. B. Geinitz. 
Geology, Great Britain. 

Expose de ses Recherches sur le Terrain Cretace Superieur dur V Angle- 

terre et de V Irlande, by Charles Barrois. Horemans, 1876. 
Recherches sur le Terrain Cretace Superieur de V Angleterre and de 

V Irlande, by C. Barrois. Six-Horemans, 1876. 
West Yorkshire. An Account of its Geology, Physical Geography, Clima- 
tology and Botany, by J. W. Davis. Reeve, 1878. 
Collection of Geological Facts and Practical Observations Intended to 

Elucidate the Formation of the Ashby Coal Field, by Edward Mam- 
matt. Lawford, 1834. 
Geological Excursions Round the Isle of Wight and along the Adjacent 

Coast of Dorsetshire, by G. A. Mantell. Ed. 3, 1854. 
Physical Geology and Geography of Great Britain, by A. C. Ramsay. Ed. 

2, Stanford, 1864. 
Synopsis of the Classification of the British Palaeozoic Rocks with a 

Systematic Description of British Palaeozoic Fossils in the Geological 

Museum of the University of Cambridge, by Frederick McCoy, and 

Rev. Adam Sedgwick. Parker, 1855. 
Geology. Great Lakes. 

Recent Earth Movement in the Great Lakes Region, by Grove Karl 

Gilbert. From the 18th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
Geology, History. 

Historical Sketch of Geological Explorations in Pennsylvania and Other 

States, by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1876. 
Contributions to the History of American Geology, by George P. Merrill. 

U. S. Nat. Museum, Annual Report for 1904. 
Geology, Idaho. 

A Geological Reconnoissance Across Idaho, by George Homans Eldridge. 

From the 16th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 
A Geological Reconnoissance Across the Bitterroot Range and Clear- 
water Mountains in Montana and Idaho, by Waldemar Lindgren. U. 

S. G. S-. Prof. Paper No. 27, 1904. 
The Geology and Ore Deposits of the Coeur d' Alene District, Idaho, by 

F. L. Ransome, and Frank Cathcart Calkins. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper 

No. 62, 1908. 
Geology and Water Resources of Nez Perce County, Idaho, by I. C. Rus- 
sell. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 53-54, 1901. 
Geology and Water Resources of the Snake River Plains of Idaho, by 

I. C. Russell. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 199, 1902. 
Notes on the Geology of Southwestern Idaho and Southeastern Oregon, 

by I. C. Russell. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 217, 1903. 
Preliminary Report on Artesian Basins in Southwestern Idaho and 

Southeastern Oregon, by I. C. Russell. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper 

No. 78, 1903. 
The Bear River Formation and its Characteristic Fauna, by C. A White 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 128, 1895. 



172 

Geology, Illinois. 

The Fluorspar Deposits of Southern Illinois, by H. Foster Bain. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 255, 1905. 

Zinc and Lead Deposits of Northwestern Illinois, by H. Foster Bain. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 246, 1905. 

Economical Geology of Illinois. Reprinted from the original reports 
of the Geol. Sur. with additions and emendations, by A. H. Worthen. 
Pub. by the authority of the Legislature of Illinois, 1882, Springfield, 
111., H. W. Rokker. 111. Geol. Sur., 1882. 

Geological Map of the State of Illinois, from Original Surveys, Made 
Under the Direction of A. H. Worthen. 111. Geol. Sur., 1875. 

Geological Survey of Illinois, by A. H. Worthen. 111. Geol. Sur., 1866- 
1890. 8 Vol. 

Bulletin, No. 1-16, Urbana, University of Illinois, 1906. 111. Geol. Sur. 

Year-book for 1906. Urbana, University of Illinois. HI. State Geol. Sur. 

The Illinois Glacial Lobe, by Frank Leverett. U. S. G. S., 1899. 

The Geological Map of Illinois, by Stuart Weller. 111. State Geol. Sur- 
vey, Bulletin No. 1, 1906. 

The Geological Map of Illinois, 2d Ed., by Stuart "Weller. 111. Geol. 
Sur. Bulletin No. 6, 1907. 
Geology, Indiana. 

A Catalogue of the Fossils of Indiana, Accompanied by a Bibliography 
of the Literature Relating to Them, by Edward M. Kindle. From the 
22d Annual Report of the Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources of 
Indiana, 1897. 

The Geology of the Lower Carboniferous Area of Southern Indiana, by 
George Hall Ashley. From the 27th Annual Report of the Dept. of 
Geology and Natural Resources of Indiana, 1902. 

Geology of Bartholomew County, Indiana, by Moses N. Elrod, 1881. Sep- 
arate form 11th Annual Report, 1881. 

Geology of Cass County, Indiana, by Mosis N. Elrod. Nineteenth An- 
nual Geol. Report, 1894. 

Geological Report on Harrison and Crawford Counties, Indiana, by John 
Collett. Tenth Annual Report of the Geol. Sur. of Ind., 1878. 

Geology of Decatur County, Indiana, by Moses N. Elrod. Twelfth An- 
nual Report of Ind. Geol. Sur., 1882. 

Geology of Fayette and Union Counties, Indiana, by Moses N. Elrod. 
14th Ind. Geol. Report, 1884. 

Geological Revort on Harrison and Crawford Counties, Indiana, by 
John Collett. 10th Annual Report of the Geol. Sur. of Ind., 1878. 

A Short Description of the Topography of Indiana, and of the Rocks 
of the Different Geological Periods; to Accompany the Geological Map 
of the State, by T. C. Hopkins. From the 28th Annual Report of the 
Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources of Ind., 1903. 

Continuation of Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the State of 
Indiana, Made in the year 1838, in Conformity to an Order of the 
Legislature, by D. D. Owen. Ind. Geol. Sur., 1859. 

First Annual Report of the Department of Statistics and Geology, 1879- 
1880. Ind. Dept. of Statistics and Geology, 1880. 

First Tenth Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Indiana, Made 
During the Year 1869-1818, by E. T. Cox. Ind. Geol. Sur., 1869-79. 

Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of Indiana, Made During the 
Years 1859 and 1860, under the direction of D. D. Owen. Also, Reports 
on the Analysis of the Soils, by R. Peter; Survey of the Coal Fields, 
by Loe Lesquereux, and Topographical Work, by J. Lesley. Ind. Geol. 
Sur., 1862. 

Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the State of Indiana, Made in 
the Year 1837, in Conformity to an Order of the Legislature, by D. D. 
Owen. Ind. Geol. Sur., 1859. 



173 

Geology, Indiana — Concluded. 

A Catalogue of the Fossils of Indiana, Accompanied by a Bibliography 
of the Literature Relating to Them, by Edward M. Kindle. From 
the 22d Annual Report of the Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources 
of Ind., 1897. 

The Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Niagara of Northern Indiana, 
by Edward M. Kindle. From the 28th Annual Report of the Dept. of 
Geology and Natural Resources of Indiana, 1903. 

Geological Map of Indiana, Showing Location of Stone Quarries and 
Natural Gas and Oil Areas, by S. S. Gorby. Ind. Dept. of Geol. and 
Nat. Resources, 1893. 

A Geological and Topographic Section Across Southern Indiana, by 
John F. Newson. From the 26th Annual Report of the Dept. of Geology 
and Natural Resources of Indiana, 1901. 

Geology of Orange County, Indiana, by Moses N. Elrod, and E. S. Mcln- 
tire. From the 7th Ind. Geol. Report, 1875. 

Geological Survey of Parke County, Indiana, by Prof. B. C. Hobbs, under 
the direction of Prof. E. T. Cox. From the third and fourth Annual 
Reports of the Geol. Sur. of Ind., 1871-72. 

The Natural Gas Field of Indiana, by Arthur John Phinney. From the 
11th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1889-90. 

Geology of Rush County, Indiana, by Moses N. Elrod. From the 13th 
Ind. Geol. Report, 1883. 

Geology of Fayette and Union Counties, by Moses N. Elrod. From 14th 
Ind. Geol. Sur., 1884. 

Geology of YermAllion County, Indiana, by Frank H. Bradley. From the 
1st report of the Geol. Sur. of Ind., 1869. 

Geology of Wabash County, Indiana, by Moses N. Elrod. From 17th Ind. 
Geol. Report, 1891. 
Geology, Indian Territory. 

Geology of the Eastern Choctaw Coal Field, Indian Territory, by Joseph 
A. Taff and G. I. Adams. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. 
G. S., 1899-1900. 

Geology of the McAlester-Lehigh Coal Field, Indian Territory, by Joseph 
A. Taff, acconmanied by a report on the Fossil Plants, by David 
White, And a Report on the Paleozoic Invertebrate Fossils, by G. H. 
Girty. From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Preliminary Report on the Geology of the Arbuckle and Wichita Moun- 
tains in Indian Territory and Oklahoma, by J. A. Taff, With an Appen- 
dix on Reported Ore Deposits of the Michita Mountains, by H. Foster 
Bain. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 31, 1904. 
Geology, Iowa. 

A Sketch of the Physical Geography of Iowa, by R. Ellsworth Call. Iowa 
Print. Co., 1891. 

First and Second Annual Report of Progress by the State Geologist and 
the Assistant and Chemist on the Geol. Sur. of the State of Iowa, 
Together tvith the Substance of Popular Letters Contributed to the 
Newspapers of the State During the Years 1S66-1867, in Accordance 
with Law; Also, Extracts Originally Contributed to Scientific Jour- 
nals, as a Part of the Work of the Survey. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1868. 

Reports and Papers. Des Moines, pub. for the Iowa Geol. Sur., 1894- 
1901. Vol. II, V-IX, XI-XII. 

Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa, Embracing the 
Results of Investigations Made During Portions of the Years 1855, 
1856 and 1857, by James Hall. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1858. 

Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa, to the Thirteenth 
General Assembly, January, 1870, Containing Results of Examinations 
and Observations Made Within the Years 1866, 1867, 1868, 1869, by 
C. A. White. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1870. 
The Pleistocene History of Northeastern Iowa, by W J McGee. From, 
the 11th annual report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1889-90. 



174 

Geology, Iowa — Concluded. 

Le Terrain Cretace des Environs de Sioux City, de la Mission des Oma- 

has et de Tekama, sur les Bords du Missouri, by Jules Marcou. Extrait 

du Bulletin de la Societe Geol. de France, 1866. 
Geology of Boone County, by S. W. Beyer. Annual report, 1895. Des 

Moines, 1896. 
Geology of Cherokee and Buena Vista Counties, with Notes on the Limits 

of the Wisconsin Drift as Seen in Northwestern Iowa, by Thomas H. 

Macbride. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. XII, 1902. 
Geology of Carroll County, by H. F. Bain. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. IX, 

annual report, 1898. 
Geology of Cherokee and Buena Vista Counties, with Notes on the Limits 

of the Wisconsin Drift as Seen in Northwestern Iowa, by Thomas H. 

.Macbride. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. XII, 1902. 
Geology of Dallas County, by A. G. Leonard. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. VIII, 

annual report, 1897. 
Geology of Decatur County, by H. F. Bain. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. VIII, 

annual report, 1897. 
Geology of Hardin County, by Samuel Walker Beyer. Iowa Geol. Sur., 

Vol. X, annual report, 1899. 
Geology of Henry County, by T. E. Savage. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. XII, 

annual report, 1901. 
Geology of Humboldt County, by T. H. Macbride. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. 

IX, annual report, 1898. 
Geology of Jefferson County, Iowa, by J. A. Udden. Iowa Geol. Sur., 

Vol. XII, annual report, 1901. 
Geology of Johnson County, by S. Calvin. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. VII, 

1897. 
Geology of Plymouth County, by H. F. Bain. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. VIII, 

1897. 
Geology of Story County, by S. W. Beyer. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. IX, 

annual report, 1898. 
Geology of Wapello County, by A. G. Leonard. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. 

XII, annual report, 1901. 
Geology of Warren County, by J. L. Tilton. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. V, 

annual report, 1895. 
Monograph on the Geology and Paleontology of the Iowa Devonian 

Rocks, by C. L. Webster. Henry, 1900. 
Geology of Webster Comity, by F. A. Wilder. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. XII, 

1901. 
Geoloi.v, [reland. 

Report on the Geology of the County of Londonderry and of Parts of 

Tyrone and Fermanagh. Ireland Ordance Survey, Milliken, 1843. 
Geology, Italy. 

Nicola Stenone e dei Suoi Studii Geologici in Italia, by Giovanni Capel- 
. lini. Vitali, 1870. 
Geology, Japan. 

Notes on the Geology of the Dependent Isles of Taiwan, by B. Koto. 

Reprint, from Jour. Coll. Sci. Imp, Univ. Tokyo, Vol. XIII, 1899. 
Geology, Kans \s. 

Economic Geology of the Iola Quadrangle, Kansas, by G. I. Adams, 
iiiiih Hawortn and W. R. Crane. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 238, 

L904. 
Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Upper Carboniferous Rocks of the 

Kansas Section, by G. I. Adams, G. H. Girty and David White. U. S. 

G. s. Bulletin No. 21 1, L903. 
A Geological Reconnoissance in Southwestern Kansas, by Robert Hay. 

r. s. G. S. Bulletin No. 57, 1890. 
The Geology of the Fort Riley Military Reservation and Vicinity, Kan- 
sas, by Robert Hay. U. 8. G. S. Bulletin No. L37, 1896. 



Geology, Kansas — Concluded. 

Preliminary Report of the Geological Survey of Kansas, by G. C. Swal- 
low. Kan. Geol. Sur., 1866. 

Reports. Kansas University Geological Survey, Vol. II, III, V-VIII, 1897- 
1904. 
Geology, Kentucky. 

Geology and Mineral Resources of Part of the Cumberland Gap Coal 
Field. Kentucky, by George H. Ashley and Leonidas Chalmers Glenn, 
in cooperation with the state geological dept. of Kentucky, C. J. Nor- 
wood, curator. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 49, 1906. 

Geology of the Big Stone Gap Coal Field of Virginia and Kentucky, by 
Marius R. Campbell. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. Ill, 1893. 

Report on the Geology of Greenup, Carter and Boyd Counties, and a 
Part of Lawrence, by A. R. Crandall. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

A General Account of the Commonwealth of Kentucky ; Prepared by the 
Geological Survey of the Commonwealth for the Centennial Exhibition 
at Philadelphia, 1816. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

First Fourth Report of the Geological Survey in Kentucky Mad'" During 
the Years 1854 to 1859, by D. D. Owen. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1854-1860. 

Memoirs of the Geological Survey of Kentucky, Vol. I. Ky. Geol. Sur., 
1873-1891. 

Reports on the Geology of Bath and Fleming Counties, by W. M. Linney. 
Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Report on the Geology of Clark and Montgomery Counties, by W. M. 
Linney. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Reports on the Geology of Henry, Shelby and Oldham Counties, bv W. M. 
Linney. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Report on the Geology of Parts of Jackson and Rockcastle Counties. 
with Map, by Geo. M. Sullivan. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Report on the Geology of Spencer and Nelson Counties, by W. M. Linney, 
Including Notes on the Birds of Nelson County, by Charles Wickliffe 
Beckham. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Report on the Progress of the Survey from 1873-1802. Ky. Geol. Sur., 
1873-1891. Reports 1882-84, 1886-87, 1890-92. 

Topographical and Geological Report of the Country Along the Outcrop 
Base Line, Folloiving the Western Margin of the Eastern Coal Field 
of the State of Kentucky, by J. Lesley, Jr. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1854-1860. 

Report on the Geological and Economic Features of the Jackson's Pur- 
chase Region, Embracing the Counties of Ballard, Calloway, Fulton, 
Graves, Hickman. McCracken and Marshall, by R. H. Loughridge. Ky. 
Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Topographical Geological Report of the Progress of the Survey of Ken- 
tucky, for the Years 1858 and 1859, by S. S. Lyon. Ky. Geol. Sur., 
1854-1860. 

Report on the Geology of a Section from Near Campton, Wolfe County, 
to the Mouth of Troublesome Creek, Breathitt County, bv N. P. 
Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Report on the Geology of the Nolin River District, Embracing Portio?is 
of Grayson, Edmonson, Hart and Butler Counties, by P. N. Moore. Ky. 
Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Comparative Views of the Composition of the Soils, Limestones, Clays. 
Marls, of the Several Geological Formations of Kentucky, by Robert 
Peter. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 

Economic Geology of the Kenova Quadrangle, Kentucky, Ohio and West 
Virginia, by William Clifton Phalen. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 349, 
1908. 

The Lead, Zinc and Fluorspar Deposits of Western Kentucky, by E. O. 
Ulrich and W. S. T. Smith. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 36, 1905. 

Report on the Geology of Clifton County, with Map, by R. H. Lough- 
ridge. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 



176 

Geology, Kentucky — Concluded. 

Report on the Geology of Elliott County, by A. R. Crandall; Also Notes 

on the Trap Dikes of Elliott County, by Crandall and J. S. Diller. Ky. 

Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Garrard County, by W. M. Linney. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
On the Geology of Hancock County, by P. N. Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 

1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Lincoln County, by W. M. Linney. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
Map of the Jackson Purchase, Comprising Ballard, McCracken, Marshall, 

Graves, Calloway, Hickman and Fulton Counties, by R. H. Loughridge; 

Map, by J. B. Hoeing and H. R. Ayres. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Marion County, by W. T. Knott. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Mason County, by W. M. Linney. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Menifee County, by A. R. Crandall. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Mercer County, by W. M. Linney. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
A General Account of the Geology of a Part of Ohio County, by C. J. 

Norwood. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Washington County, by W. M. Linney. Ky. 

Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of Whitley County, and a Part of Pulaski, with 

Map and Illustrations, by A. R. Crandall. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Geology, Lake Chamflain. 

The Trap Bikes of the Lake Champlain Region, by James Furman Kemp 

and Vernon Freeman Marsters. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 107, 1893. 
Geology, Lake Superior. 

Report on the' Lake Superior District, by C. T. Jackson. U. S. G. S., 

1847. 
Geology, Louisiana. 

A Preliminary Report Upon the Florida Parishes of East Louisiana and 

the Bluff, Prairie and Hill Lands of Southwest Louisiana, by W. W. 

Clendenin. La. Geol. Sur., 1896. 
A Preliminary Report on the Geology of Louisiana, by Gilbert D. Harris 

and A. C. Veatch. La. Geol. Sur., 1899. 
A Report on the Geology of Louisiana, Containing Special Papers by 

Different Authors; Based on the Work of Three Field Seaso?is, 1900, 

1901, 1902, by Gilbert D. Harris and Arthur C. Veatch. La. Geol. Sur., 

1902. 
Preliminary Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of Louisiana, by E. 

W. Hilgard. DeBow, 1869. 
Supplementary and Final Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the 

State of Louisiana, by E. W. Hilgard. Picayune, 1873. 
A Preliminary Report Upon the Hills of Louisiana, North of Vicksburg, 

s/rrcveport and Pacific Railroad, by Otto Lerch. La. Geol. Sur., 1892. 
A Preliminary Report Upon the Hills of Louisiana, South of the Vicks- 

hiir'j, Hhrcveport, and Pacific Railroad, to Alexandria, La., by Otto 

Lerch. La. Geol. Sur., 1893. 
Geology ami Agriculture. La. Geol. Sur., 1892. 
A Brief Contribution to the Geology and Paleontology of Northwestern 

Louisiana, by T. W. Vaughan. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 142, 1896. 
Geology and Underground Water Resources of Northern Louisiana with 

Note on Adjoining Districts, by A. C. Veatch. La. Geol. Sur., Bulletin 

No. 4, 1906. 
Geology and Underground Water Resources of Northern and Southern 

A'rkansas, by A. C. Veatch. U. S. (J. S. Prof. Paper No. 46, 1906. 



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•Geology, .Maine. 

Second Annual Report Upon the Natural History and Geology of the 
State of Maine, by Maine Scientific Survey, 1861-1862. 

The Geology of the Island of Mount Desert, Maine, by Nathaniel South- 
gate Schaler. From the 8th Annual Report of the director of the 
U. S. G. S., 1886-87. 

The Geology of the Perry Basin in Southeastern Maine, by George Otis 
Smith and David White. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 35, 1905. 

The Glacial Gravels of Maine and Their Associated Deposits, by G. H. 
Stone. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. 34, 1899. 

Contributions to the Geology of Maine, by Henry S. Williams and Her- 
bert E. Gregory. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 165, 1900. 
Geology. Maps, Illinois. 

Geological Map of the State of Illinois, from Original Surveys, Made 
under the direction of A. H. Worthen. 111. Geol. Sur., 1875. 
Geology, Maryland. 

Correlation of the Formations and Members of Maryland Coal Measures, 
by W. B. Clark and G. C. Martin. Md. Geol. Sur., 1905. 

Historical Sketch Embracing an Account of the Progress of Investiga- 
tion Concerning the Physical Features and Natural Resources of Mary- 
land, by Wm. B. Clark. Md. Geol. Sur., 1897. 

Report on the Physical Features of Maryland, Together with an Account 
of the Exhibits of Maryland Mineral Resources Made by the Maryland 
Geol. Sur., by Wm. B. Clark and E. B. Mathews with the collaboration 
of others. Md. Geol. Sur., 1906. 

The Physical Features of Maryland, Including the Introduction, Histori- 
cal Sketch, and Outline of Physiography, Geology and Mineral Re- 
sources, by Wm. B. Clark. Md. Geol. Sur., 1897. 

Geology of the Catoctin Belt, by Arthur Keith. From the 14th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1892-93. 

Geology of the Maryland Coal District, by George C. Martin. Md. Geol. 
Sur., 1905. 

Report, Vol. I-VI. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896. 

Geological Survey, Eocene. Md. Geol. Sur., 1901. 

Geological Survey of Miocene. Md. Geol. Sur., 1904. 

Pliocene and Pleistocene. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896. 

Report, Vol. I-VI, 1897-06. 

Geological Survey of Allegany County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896. 

Geol. Sur. of Calvert County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896. 

Geol. Sur. of Cecil County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1902. 

Geol. Sur. of Garrett County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1902. 

Geol. Sur. of St. Mary's County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1907. 

Bibliography and Cartography of Maryland, Including Publications Re- 
lating to the Physiography, Geology and Mineral Resources, by E. B. 
Mathews. Md. Geol. Sur., 1897. 

Geology of the Head of Chesapeake Bay, by W. J. McGee. From the 7th 
Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1885-86. 

Appalachian Region. Paleozoic Appalachian, or the History of Mary- 
land During Paleozoic Time, by Bailey Willis. Md. Geol. Sur., 1900. 
Geology, Massachusetts. 

The Structure of Monument Mountain, in Great Barrington, Massachu- 
setts, by T. Nelson Dale. From the 14th Annual Report of the direc- 
tor of the U. S. G. S., 1892-93. 

Taconic Physiography, by T. Nelson Dale. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
272, 1905. 

Geology of Old Hampshire County, Massachusetts, Comprising Franklin. 
Hampshire and Hampden Counties, by B. K. Emerson. U. S. G. S. 
Monographs 29, 1898. 

The Geology of Eastern Berkshire County, Massachusetts, by B. K. Emer- 
son. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 159, 1899. 

Final Reports on the Geology of Massachusetts, by Edward Hitchcock. 
Mass. Geol. Sur., 1841. 



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Geology, Massachusetts — Concluded. 

Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany and Zoology of Massachu- 
setts. Made and published by order of the Government of that State 
in Four Parts, by Edward Hitchcock. Mass. Geol. Sur., 1863. 

Geology of the Green Mountains in Massachusetts, by Raphael Pum- 
pelly, J. E. Wolff and T. Nelson Dale. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. 
XXIII, 1894. 

The Geology of Cape Ann, Massachusetts, by Nathaniel Southgate Shaler. 
From the 9th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1887- 
1888. 

Geology of the Cape Cod District, by N. S. Shaler. From the 18th An- 
nual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 

Report on the Geology of Martha's Vineyard, by N. S. Shaler. From the 
7th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1885-86. . 
Geology, Mexico. 

Expedicion Cientiflca al Popcatepetl, by Aguilera, Jose G. and Ordonez, 
Ezequiel. Secretaria de Fomento, 1895. 

Datos Para la Geologia de Mexico, by Aguilera and Ordonez. Cosmos, 
1893. 
Geology, Michigan. 

List of Publications of Michigan Geological Survey, 1838-1903. Mich. 
Geol. Sur. 

Tlir Menominee Iron-bearing District of Michigan, by William Shirley 
Bayley. Dept. of the Interior, Monographs of the U. S. G. S., 1904. 

The Crystal Falls Iron-hearing District of Michigan, by J. Morgan Clem- 
ents and Henry L. Smyth, With a Chapter on the Sturgeon River 
Tongue, by W. S. Bayley, And an Introduction, by Charles Richard 
Van Hise. From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
Abstract of Monograph, Vol. XXXVI. 

The Crystal Falls Iron-bearing District of Michigan, by Clements and 
H. L. Smyth, With a Chapter on the Sturgeon River Tongue, by W. S. 
Bayley, And an Introduction, by C. R. Van Hise. Monographs of the 
United States Geol. Sur., Vol. XXXVI, 1899. 

Stratigraphy of the Traverse Group of Michigan, by Amadeus W. Gra- 
bau. Annual report of the Mich. Geol. Sur., 1901. 

The Copper-bearing Rocks of Lake Superior, by R. D. Irving. U. S. 
G. S. Monographs, Vol. V, 1883. 

The Penokee Iron-bearing Series of Michigan and Wisconsin, by Roland 
D. Irving and Charles R. Van Hise. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. 
XIX, 1892. 

Water Resources of the Loiver Peninsula of Michigan, by A. C. Lane. U. 
S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 30, 1899. 

First Biennial Report of the Progress of the Geological Survey of Mich- 
igan, Embracing Observations on the Geology, Zoology and Botany, of 
the Lower 'Peninsula, Made to the Governor, Dec. 31, 1860. Mich. 
Geol. Sur., 1860. 

Report of the State Board of Geological Survey, 1899-1907. Mich. Geol. 
Sur. 

Report on the Progress of the State Geological Survey of Michigan. 
Presented to the State Geol. Board, Nov. 22, 1870, by A. Winchell. 
Mich. Geol. Sur., 1871. 

Reports, 1869-1904- Published by the authority of the Laws of Mich- 
igan, under the direction of the Board of Geol. Sur. Mich. Geol. Sur., 
1873-81. Vol. MX. 

Geology of Loiver Peninsula of Michigan, by C. Rominger. Mich. 
Geol. Sur., 1873-76. 

A Geological Reconnoissance Along the North Shore of Lakes Huron and 
Michigan, by I. C. Russell. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1904. 

Preliminary Report on the Marquette Iron-bearing District of Mich- 
Igan, by C. R. Van Hise and W. S. Bayley, With a Chapter on the 
Itcjniblir. Trough, l>v H. L. Smith. From the 15th Annual Report of 
the I!. S. G. S., 1893-94. 



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Geology, Michigan — Concluded. 

The Marquette Iron-tearing District of Michigan, with Atlas, by C. R. 

Van Hise and W. S. Bayley, Including Chapter on the Republic Trough, 

by H. L. Smith. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XXVIII, 1897. 
Economical Geology of the Region of Cheboygan and Old Mackinac, 

Michigan, by N. H. Winchell, 1871. 
Michigan. Being Condensed Popular Sketches of the Topography, Clim- 
ate and Geology of the State, by A. Winchell. Claremont, 1873. 
The Grand Traverse Region. A Report on the Geological and Industrial 

Resources of the Counties of Antrim, Grand Traverse, Benzie and 

Leelanaw in the Lower Peninsula of Michigan, by A. Winchell. Chase, 

1866. 
Alcona County, Michigan. Surface Geology, by Frank Leveratt. Sub- 
surface Geology, by A. C. Lane. Report for 1901 of Michigan Board 

of Geol. Sur. 
Geological Report on Bay County, Michigan, by W. P. Cooper. Pub. by 

the Mich. Board of Geol. Sur. as part of the annual report, 1905. 
Geological Report on Huron County, Michigan, by Alfred C. Lane. 

Mich. Geol. Sur., 1900. 
Geological Report on Isle Royale, Michigan, by A. C. Lane, accompanied 

by sixteen plates and twenty-nine figures, including map. Mich. Geol. 

Sur., 1896. 
Keweenaw Point, ivith Particular Reference to the Felsites and Their 

Associated Rocks, by Lucius L. Hubbard. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1898. 
Geological Report on Monroe County, Michigan, by W. H. Sherzer. Mich. 

Geol. Sur., 1900. 
Geological Report on Sanilac County, Michigan, by C. H. Gordon. Mich. 

Geol. Sur., 1900. 
Limestones, by A. C. Lane. Stratigraphy of the Traverse Group of 

Michigan, by A. W. Brabau. From report for 1901 of Mich. Board 

of Geological Survey. 
Geology, Minnesota. 

The Eruptive and Sedimentary Rocks on Pigeon Point, Minn., and their 

Contact Phenomena, by W. S. Bayley. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 109, 

1893. 
The Vermilion Iron-bearing District of Minnesota, with an Atlas, by 

J. M. Clements. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XLV, 1903. 
Report of Geological Observations made in "Northwestern Minnesota 

During the Summer of 1888, by U. S. Grant. From the 17th Annual 

Report of the Geol. and Nat. History Sur. of Minnesota, 1889. 
Bulletin, No. I-X. Minn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur., 1887-94. 
The Geology of Minnesota, Vol. I-VII of the final report. Minn. Geol. 

and Nat. Hist. Sur., 1884-1901. 
The First Twenty-fourth Annual Report for the Year, 1872-1898, by 

N. H. Winchell. Minn. Geol. and Nat. Hist, Sur., 1873-99. 
' The Iron-bearing Rocks of the Mesabi Range in Minnesota, by J. E. 

Spurr. Minn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. Bulletin No. 10, 1894. 
The History of Geological Surveys of Minnesota, by N. H. Winchell. 

Minn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, 1889. 
Notes on the Geology of Itasca County, Minnesota, by G. E. Culver. 

Pt. 7 of the 22d Annual Report of the Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. of 

Minnesota, 1894. 
Geology, Mississippi. 

Cement and Portland Cement Materials of Mississippi, by Albert F. 

Crider. Miss. State Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, 1907. 
Report on the Geology and Agriculture of the State of Mississippi, by 

Eug. W. Hilgard. Miss. Geol. Sur., 1860. 
Bulletin No. /-'/. 1907-08. Miss. Geol. Sur. 
Geology and Mineral Resources of Mississippi, by A. F. Crider. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 283, 1906. 



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Geology, Missouri. 

A Bibliography of the Geology of Missouri, by F. A. Sampson. GeoL 

Sur. of Mo., Bulletin No. 2, 1890. 
Reports of Boone County and the Ozark Uplift, by G. C. Broadhead. Mo. 

Geol. Sur., 1898. 
Geology of the Disseminated Lead Deposits of St. Francois and Wash- 
ington Counties, by Ernest R. Buckley. Mo. Bur. of Geol. and Mines, 

1909. 
Chemical Analyses from Geological Report of the State of Missouri, 

1874, by R. Chauvenet. Report of tbe Geol. Sur. of Mo., 1874. 
The Copper Deposits of Missouri, by H. Foster Bain and E. O. Ulrich. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 267, 1905. 
A Report on the Bevier Sheet, Including Portions of Macon, Randolph 

and Chariton Counties, by C. H. Gordon. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1893. 
The Geology of the Granby Area, by E. R. Buckley and H. A. Buebler. 

Mo. Bur. of Geology and Mines, 1906. 
A Report on Greene County, by E. M. Shepard. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1898. 
The Iron Mountain Sheet, Including Portions of Iron, St. Francois and 

Madison Counties. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1894. 
A Report on the Higginsville Sheet, LaFayette County, Accompanied by 

a Geologic and Topographic Map and a Sheet of Sections, by Arthur 

Winslow. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1890-91. 
Reports on Areal Geology, by Curtis F. Marbut. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1898. 
Le Terrain Cretace des Environs de Souix City, de la Missiotis des Oma- 

has et de Tekama, sur les Bords du Missouri, by Jules Marcou. Extrait 

du Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France, 1866. 
The Geology of Miller County, by S. H. Ball and A. F. Smith, With an 

Introduction, by E. R. Buckley. Mo. Bur. of Geol. and Mines, 1903. 
The Geology of Moniteau County, by F. B. Van Horn, With an Introduc- 
tion, by E. R. Buckley. Mo. Bur. of Geol. and Mines, 1905. 
The Geology of Morgan County, by C. F. Marbut. Mo. Bur. of Geol. and 

Mines, 1908. 
Biennial Report for 1909 and 1910. Mo. Bur. of Geol. and Mines. 
Biennial Report of the State Geologist, 1889-1907. Mo. Bur. of Geol. and 

Mines to the 36th, 1891. 
New Year Announcement of the Bureau of Geology and Mines of Mis- 
souri, by John A. Gallaher. Bur. of Geol. and Mines, 1900. 
Reports Vol. I, 2d Series Vol. IX. Bur. of Geol. and Mines, 1903-1909. 
Bulletin No. 1-5, 1890-91. Mo. Geol. Sur. 
First Fifth Report of Progress of the Geol. Sur. of Mo., by G. C. Swallow. 

Mo. Geol. Sur., 1855-61. 
Preliminary Report on the Iron Ores and Coal Fields from the Field 

Work of 1872. Printed by authority of the Legislature of Missouri 

under the direction of the Bur. of Geol. and Mines. Mo. Geol. Sur., 

1872. 
Report of the Geol. Sur. of the State of Mo., Including Field Work of 

1873-1874, by G. C. Broadhead. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1874. 
Reports on the Geol. Sur. of the State of Missouri, by G. C. Broadhead, 

F. B. Meek and B. F. Shumard. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1855-1871. 
The Advantages of a Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, by H. 

A. Prout. Foster, 1851. 
Underground Waters of Missouri; Their Geology and Utilization, by E. 

M. Shepard. U. S. G. S. Water Supply Paper No. 195, 1907. 
Notes on the Geology of St. Louis and Vicinity Accommodated to the 

Text of Le Conte's Compend of Geology. St. Louis University of 

Xixon Jones, 1892. 
Geological Report of the Country Along the Line of the Southioestern 

Branch of the Pacific Railroad, State of Missouri, by G. C. Swallow. 

Knapp, 1859. 
Administrative Report, by Arthur Winslow. Notes on the Coal Beds of 

LaFayette County, by Winslow. Notes on the Building Stones, Clays 



181 

Geology, Missouri — Concluded. 

and Sands of Iron, St. Francois and Madison Counties, by G. E. Ladd. 
The Mineral Waters of Saline County, by A. E. Woodward. A Pre- 
liminary Catalogue of the Fossils Occurring in Missouri, by G. Ham- 
bach. Mo. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, 1890. 

A Report on the Iron Mountain Sheet, Including Portions of Iron, St. 
Francois and Madison Counties, by Arthur Winslow, Erasmus Haworth 
and P. L. Nason. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1894. 
Geology, Montana. 

Geology of the Marysville Mining District, Montana — A Study of Igne- 
ous Intrusion and Contact Metamorphism, by Joseph Barrell. U. S. 
G. S. Prof. Paper No. 57, 1907. 

Geology and Water Resources of the Great Falls Region, Montana, by 
Cassius A. Fisher. U. S. G. S. Water Supply Paper No. 221, 1909. 

Geology of the Great Falls Coal Field, Montana, by Cassius A. Fisher. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 356, 1909. 

A Geological Reconnoissance Across the Bitterroot Range and Clear- 
water Mountains in Montana and Idaho, by Waldemar Lindgren, by 
U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 27, 1904. 

The Paleozoic Section in the Vicinity of Three Forks, Montana, by Albert 
Charles Peace, With Petrographic Notes, by George Perkins Merrill. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 110, 1893. 

Petrography and Geology of the Igneous Rocks of the Highwood Moun- 
tains, Montana, by Louis Valentine Pirsson. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
237, 1905. 

Geology and Paleontology of the Judith River Beds, by T. W. Stanton 
and J. B. Hatcher; With a Chapter on the Fossil Plants, by F. H. 
Knowlton. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 257, 1905. 

Geology and Mineral Resources of the Judith Mountains of Montana, by 
Walter Harvey Weed and Louis V. Pirsson. From the 18th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S. ,1896-97. 

Geology and Ore Deposits of the Elkhorn Mining District, Jefferson 
County, Montana, by Walter H. Weed, With an Appendix on the Micro- 
scopical Petrography of the District, by Joseph Barrell. From the 
22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 

Geology of the Castle Mountain Mining District, Montana, by W. H. 
Weed and Louis V. Pirsson. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 139, 1896. 

Geology of the Little Belt Mountains, Montana, ivith Notes on the Min- 
eral Deposits of the Neihart, Barker, Yogo and Other Districts, by 
W. H. Weed, Accompanied by a Report on the Petrography of the Igne- 
ous Rocks of the District, by L. V. Pirsson. From the 20th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 

The Glaciation of the Yelloiostone Valley, North of the Park, by W. H. 
Weed. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 104, 1893. 

The Laramie and the Overlying Livingston Formation in Montana, by 
W. H. Weed, With Report on Flora, by F. H. Knowlton. U. S. G. S. 
Bulletin No. 105, 1893. 
Geology, Nantucket. 

The Geology of Nantucket, by N. S. Shaler. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 53, 
1889. 
Geology, Nebraska. 

Geology and Water Resources of the Patrick and Goshen Hole Quad- 
rangles in Eastern Wyoming and Western Nebraska, by G. I. Adams. 
U. S. G. S. Water Supply No. 70, 1902. 

Geology and Water Resources of a Portion of the Missouri River Valley 
in Northeastern Nebraska, by G. E. Condra. U. S. G. S. Water Supply 
Paper No. 215, 1908. 



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Geology, Nebraska — Concluded. 

Geology and Water Resources of the Republican River Valley and Adja- 
cent Areas, Nebraska, by G. E. Condra. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
Paper No. 216, 1907. 

Preliminary Report on the Geology and Water Resources of Nebraska 
West of the One Hundred and Third Meridian, by N. H. Darton. From 
the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 

Preliminary Report on the Geology and Water Resources of Nebraska 
West of the One Hundred and Third Meridian, by N. H. Darton. U. S. 
G. S. Prof. Paper No. 17, 1903. 

Report of the Geologist, 1890-1901. Neb. Geol. Sur., Board of Agri., 
annual report, 1891-1902. 
Geology, Nevada. 

A Geologic Reconnoissance in Southioestern Nevada and Eastern Cali- 
fornia, by S. H. Ball. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 308, 1907. 

A Summary of the Geology of the Comstock Lode .and the Washoe Dis- 
trict, by George P. Becker. From the annual report of the director of 
the U. S. G. S., 1880-81. 

Geology of the Comstock Lode and the Washoe District, with Atlas, by 
G. F. Becker. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. Ill, 1882. 

Silver Lead Deposits of Eureka, Nevada, by J. S. Curtis. U. S. G. S. 
Monographs, Vol. VII, 1884. 

A Crystallographic Study of the Thinolite of Lake Lahontan, by E. S. 
Dana. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 12, 1884. 

Geology of the Eureka District, Nevada, with an Atlas, by Arnold Hague. 
U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XX, 1892. 

Abstract of Report on the Geology of the Eureka District, Nevada, by 
Arnold Hague. From the annual report of the director of the U. S. 
G. S., 1881.-82. 

On the Development of Crystallization in the Igneous Rocks of Washot, 
Nevada, with Notes on the Geology of the District, by Arnold Hague 
and Joseph P. Iddings. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 17, 1885. 

Biennial Report of the State Mineralogist of the State of Nevada for 
1.877 and 1878. Nevada State Mineralogist. 

Geological History of Lake Lahontan, a Quaternary Lake of Northwest- 
ern Nevada, by I. C. Russell. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XI, 1885. 

Sketch of the Geological History of Lake Lahontan, a Quaternary Lake 
of Northwestern Nevada, bv I. C. Russell. From the 3d Annual Report 
of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1881-82. 

Descriptive Geology of Nevada South of the Fortieth Parallel and Adja- 
cent Portions of California, 2d Ed., by J. E. Spurr. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 
No. 208, 1905. 

Geology of the Tonopah Mining District, Nevada, by Josiah Edward 
Spurr. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 42, 1905. 

The Esmeralda Formation, a Fresh Water Lake Deposit in Nevada, by 
H. W. Turner; With a description of the Fossil Plants, by F. H. Knowl- 
ton, And of a Fossil Fish, by F. A. Lucas. From the 21st Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
Geology, New England. 

Geology of the Narragansett Basin, by N. S. Shaler, J. B. Woodworth 
and A. F. Foersts. Monographs of the U. S. G. S., Vol. XXXIII, 1899. 
Geolocy, New Hampshire. 

Annual Report 1869-72, Vol. I-V, N. H. Geol. Sur., Clarke, 1869-70; Moore, 
1871-7:',. 
Geot/x.v, New Jersey. 

Archaean Rocks, by N. L. Britton. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 

Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey, N. J. GeoL 
Sur., 1857. 

A Preliminary Report on the Cretaceous and Tertiary Formations of 
New Jersey, by William Bullock Clark. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 



183 

Geology, New Jersey — Concluded. 

Cretaceous and Tertiary Geology. Report of Progress, by William Bul- 
lock Clark. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Report Upon the Upper Cretaceous Formations, by William Bullock 

Clark. With the collaboration of R. M. Bagg and G. B. Shattuck. 

N. J. Geol. Sur., annual report, 1863. 
The Relations of the Traps of the Newark System in the New Jersey 

Region, by Nelson H. Darton. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 67, 1890. 
The Rocks of the Green Pond Mountain Region, by Henry B. Kummel 

and Stuart Weller. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Relation Between Forestry and Geology in New Jersey. 1. Existing 

Conditions. 2. Historical Development, by Arthur Hollick. N. J. 

Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Geology of the Northern Part of Jenny Jump Mountains, in Warren 

County, New Jersey, by Lewis G. Westgate. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Extension of the Newark System of Rocks, by Henry B. Kummel. 

N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Newark System of Red Sandstone Belt, by Henry B. Kummel. N. 

J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Rocks of the Green Pond Mountain Region, by Henry B. Kummel 

and Stuart Weller. Geol. Sur. of N. J. annual report of the State 

Geologist, 1901. 
Map of the Extinct Lake Passaic, Shoiving Its Outline, the Position of 

the Present Shore Features and the Deformation which Its Shores 

Have Suffered, by Rollin D. Salisbury and H. B. Kummel. N. J. Geol. 

Sur., 1863. 
Geological Studies of the Archaean Rocks, by Frank L#. Nason. N. J. 

Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Post-archaen Age of the White Limestones of Sussex County, N. J., 

by F. L. Nason. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Triassic Rocks, or the Red Sandstones of New Jersey, by F. L. 

Nason. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Annual Report of the State Geologist for 1863-190S. N. J. Geol. Sur., 

1863. 
Final Report of the State Geologist, Vol. I. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
First Third Annual Report of the Geological Survey of the State of 

New Jersey. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1854-1856. 
A Preliminary Paper on Drift or Pleistocene Formations of New Jersey, 

by Prof. R. D. Salisbury. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Glacial Geology of New Jersey, by R. D. Salisbury, Asst. by Henry 

B. Kummel, Chas. E. Peet, Geo. N. Knapp. N. J. Geol. Sur. Final 

report of the State Geologist, Trenton, N. J., 1888. 
Report on Surface Geology for 189 ! i, by R. D. Salisbury. From the an- 
nual report of the State Geologist of New Jersey for the year 1894. 
Surface Geology. Report of Progress, by R. D. Salisbury. From the 

annual report of the State Geologist for 1892. 
Progress of Work in the Pre-Cambrian Rocks, by Arthur Coe Spencer. 

N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
On the Occurrences of Olenellus in the Green Pond Mountain Series of 

Northern New Jersey, with a Note on the Conglomerates. 1894. By 

Charles D. Walcott. 
A Preliminary Report on the Paleozoic Formations of the Kittatinny 

Valley in New Jersey, by Stuart Weller. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Report on Paleozoic Formations, by Stuart Weller. N. J. Geol. Sur., 

1863. 
Report on Archaen Geology, by J. E. Wolff. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Geology, New Mexico. 

Mount Taylor and the Zuni Plateau, by Capt. Clarence E. Dutton. From 

the 6th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1884-85. 
Preliminary Report on the Geology and Underground Waters of the 

Rosivell Artesian Area, New Mexico, by Cassius A. Fisher. U. S. G. 

S. Water-supply Paper No. 158, 1906. 



184 

Geology, New Mexico — Concluded. 

Geology and 'Underground Water Conditions of the Jornada del Muerto, 

Neiv Mexico, by Charles Rollin Keyes. U. % S. G. S. Water-supply 

Paper No. 123, 1905 
Geology, New South Wales. 

Geology of the Broken Hill Lode and Barrier Ranges Mineral Fields 

New South Wales, by J. B. Jaquet. Potter, 1894. In New South Wales 

Geol. Sur. Memoirs, 1894. 
Geology of the Vegetable Creek Tin Mining Field, with Maps and Sec- 
tions, by T. W. E. David. Potter, 1887. New South Wales Geol. Sur. 
Geology", New York City. 

The Configuration of the Rock Floor of Greater New York, by William 

Herbert Hobbs. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 270, 1905. 
Geology, New Yoek State. 

Structural Details in the Green Mountain Region and in Eastern New 

York, (second paper), by T. Nelson Dale. From the 16th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896, Bulletin 195. 
The Rensselaer Grit Plateau in New York, by T. Nelson Dale. From 

the 13th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1891-92. 
Structural Details in the Green Mountain Region and in Eastern New 

York, by T. Nelson Dale. From the 16th Annual Report of the U. S. 

G. S., 1894-95. 
Report of the State Geologist, Vol. III-VI, VIII-X, 1882-1890. 
The Oriskany Fauna of Becraft Mountain, Columbia County, N. Y., by 

John M. Clarke. N. Y. State Museum, Memoirs, Vol. Ill, 1900. 
Quaternary Geology of the Hudson River Valley, with Notes on Brick 

Clays and the Manufacture of Brick, by F. J. H. Merrill. From the 

report of the state geologist of New York for 1890. 
The Devonian System of Eastern Pennsylvania and New York, by Charles 

S. Prosser. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 120, 1894. 
Geology, Nomenclature. 

Revised Nomenclature of the Ohio Geological Formations, by Charles S. 

Prosser. Ohio Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 7, 1905, Fourth Ser. 
Geology, North America. 

Bibliography of North American Geology for 1886. by N. H. Darton. U. 

S. G. S. Bulletin No. 44, 1887. 
Catalogue and Index of Contributions to North American Geology, 1732- 

1891, by Nelson H. Darton. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 127, 1896. 
Record of North American Geology for 1887-1889 Inclusive, 1890 and 

1891, by N. H. Darton. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 75, 91, 99. 
Bibliography and Index of the Publications of the U. S. G. S., with Laws 

Governing their Printing and Distribution, by Philip Creveling War- 
man. Dept. of the Interior, Bulletin No. 100 of the U. S. G. S., 1893. 
Catalogue and Index of the Publications of the U. S. G. S., 1880 to 1901, 

by Philip Creveling Warman. Dept. of the Interior, Bulletin No. 177 

of the U. S. G. S., 1880-1901. 
Catalogue and Index of the Publications of the U. S. G. S. 1901 to 1903. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 215, 1903. 
Bibliography and Index of North American Geology, Paleontology, Pet- 
rology and Mineralogy, for 1892 and 1893, 1894-1899, 1901-190?, by Fred 

Boughton Weeks. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 130, 135, 146, 149, 156, 162, 

172, 203, 221, 240, 271, 1896-1900. 
Bibliography and Index of North American Geology, Paleontology, Petrol* 

ogy and Mineralogy for the Years 1901-1905, Inclusive, by Fred B. 

Weeks. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 301, 1906. 
Bibliography of North American Geology for 1906 and 1907, with Subject 

Index, by F. B. Weeks and J. M. Nickles. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 

372, 1909. 
Bibliography of North American Geology, Paleontology, Petrology, and 

Mineralogy, for the Years 1892-1900, Inclusive, by F. B. Weeks. Dept. 

of the [nterior, Bulletin No. 188, of the U. S. G. S., 1902. 



185 

Geology, North America — Concluded. 

North American Geologic Formation Names: Bibliography, Synonymy 

and Distribution, bv F. B. Weeks. Dept. of the Interior, Bulletin No. 

191, of the U. S. G. S., 1902. 
Correlation Papers; Archaan and Algonkian, by Charles R. Van Hise. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 86, 1392. 
Remarks on Some Points Connected with the Geology of the North Shore 

of Lake Superior, by J. D. Whitney. 
Geology, North Carolina. 

Biennial Report of the State Geologist, 1891-1908. N. C. Geol. Sur., 

1891-1908. 
Bulletin, No. 1. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. 
Geological Report of the Midland Counties of North Carolina, by E. 

Emmons. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1852-1863. 
Report of the Geological Survey of North Carolina, Vol. I. Physical 

Geography, Resume, Economical Geology, by W. C. Kerr, 1875. N. C. 

Geol. Sur., 1866-1887. 
Report of the Progress of the Geological Survey of North Carolina, by 

W. C. Kerr. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1866-1877. 
Geology, North Dakota. 

Biennial Report, Vol. MIL N. D. Geol. Sur., 1901-04. 

The Moraines of the Missouri Coteau, and their Attendant Deposits, by 

James Edward Todd. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 144, 1896. 
Geology, Northwestern States. 

Preliminary Report on an Investigation of the Archaean Formations of 

the Northwestern States, by Roland D. Irving. From the 5th Annual 

Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1883-84. 
Geology, Nova Scotia. 

Report on a Topographical Survey of Part of the Cumberland Coal 

Field, by H. Y. Hind. Citizen Pub. Co., 1873. 
Geology, Ohio. 

A Bibliography of Ohio Geology. Part I. A Subject Index of the Publi- 
cations of the Geol. Sur. of Ohio, from its Inception to and Including 

Bulletin No. 8, of the Fourth Series, by Alice Greenwood Derby. 

Part II. A Bibliography of the Publications Relating to the Geology 

of Ohio, Other than Those of the State Geol. Sur., by Mary Wilson 

Prosser. Ohio Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 61, 1906. 
Report on the Economical Geology of Southern Ohio, by E. B. Andrews. 

Gazette, 1865. 
Structure of the Berea Oil Sand in the Flushing Quadrangle, Harrison, 

Belmont, and Guernsey Counties, Ohio, by W. T. Griswold. U. S. G. 

S. Bulletin No. 346, 1908. 
Report on the Economical Geology of the Route of the Ashtabula and 

New Lisbon Railroad, by J. S. Newberry. Made November. 1, 1856. 

Cowles, 1857. 
Report on the State House Well, by J. S. Newberry, 1860. 
The Surface Geology of Ohio, by J. S. Newberry. From the Geol. Sur. 

of Ohio, Vol. II, 1874. 
Bulletin, No. MX, 1903-08. Ohio Geol. Sur. 

Ohio Geol. Sur. Part I. Report of Progress in 1869, by J. S. Newberry. 
Part II. Report of Progress in the Second District, by E. B. Andrews. 
Part III. Report on Geology of Montgomery County, by Edward Orton. 

Ohio Geol. Sur., 1870. 
Report of Progress in 1870, by J. S. Newberry. Including Reports, by 

E. B. Andrews, Edward Orton, J. H. Klippart, T. G. Wormley, G. K. 

Gilbert, M. C. Read, Henry Newton, W. B. Potter. Ohio Geol. Sur., 

1870. 
Report of the Geol. Sur. of Ohio. Vol. VII, Economic Geology. Arch- 
aeology. Botany. Paleontology. Pub. by the authority of the Legis- 
lature of Ohio. Ohio Geol. Sur., 1893. 



186 

Geology, Ohio — Concluded. 

First Second Annual Report on the Geological Survey of the State of 

Ohio, by W. W. Mather. Ohio Geol. Sur., 1838. 
Economic Geology of the Kenova Quadrangle, Kentucky, Ohio, and West 

Virginia, by William Clifton Phalen. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 349, 

1908. 
Revised Nomenclature of the Ohio Geological Formations, by Charles S. 

Prosser. Ohio Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 7, 1905. 
Geology, Ohio River Valley. 

Glacial Formations and Drainage Features of the Erie and Ohio Basins, 

by Frank Leverett. U. S. G. S. Monographs Vol. XLI, 1902. 
Geology, Ohio Valley. 

Drainage Modifications in Southeastern Ohio and Adjacent Parts of West 

Virginia and Kentucky, by W. G. Tight. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 

13, 1903. 
Stratigraphy of the Bituminous Coal Field of Pennsylvania, Ohio, and 

West Virginia, by I. C. White. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 65, 1891. 
Contributions to the Geology of Ohio, by Chas. Whittlesey. Fairbanks, 

1869. 
Reports on the Counties of Sandusky, Seneca, Wyandot and Marion, by 

N. H. Winchell. From the first vol. of the final report of the Geol. 

Sur. of Ohio, 1871. 
Geology, Oklahoma. 

Geology and Water Resources of Oklahoma, by Charles Newton Gould. 

U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 148, 1905. 
Bulletin No. 1. Okla. Geol. Sur., 1908. 
Circular, No. 1. Norman, Okla., 1908. Okla. Geol. Sur. 
Preliminary Report on the Geology of the Arbuckle and Wichita Moun- 
tains in Indian Territory and Oklahoma, by Joseph A. Taff, With an 

Appendix on Reported Ore Deposits of the Wichita Mountains, by H. 

Foster Bain. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 31, 1904. 
Geology, Oregon. 

A Geological Reconnoissance in Northwestern Oregon, by Joseph S. 

Diller. From the 17th Annual Report, of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
The Geology and Petrography of Crater Lake National Park, by J. S. 

Diller and Horace B. Patton. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 3, 1902. 
Topographic Development of the Klamath Mountains, by J. S. Diller. U. 

S. G. S. Bulletin No. 196, 19Q2. 
Reports on Geology, Botany, and Zoology of Northern California and 

Oregon, by J. S. Newberry, 1857. 
Notes on the Geology of Southwestern Idaho and Southeastern Oregon, 

by I. C. Russell. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 217, 1903. 
A Geological Reconnoissance in Southern Oregon, by I. C. Russell. From 

the 4th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1882-83. 
Preliminary Report on the Geology and Water Resources of Central Ore- 
gon, by I. C. Russell. U. S. G. S. No. 252, 1905. 
Geology and Water Resources of a Portion of South-central Oregon, by 

Gerald A. Waring. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 220, 1908. 
'Geology and Water Resources of the Harney Basin Region, by G. A. War- 
ing. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 231, 1909. 
Geology, Pacific States. 

Tertiary Revolution in the Topography of the Pacific Coast, by J. S. 

Diller. From the 14th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. 

G. S., 1892-93. 
Geology, Pennsylvania. 

The Geology of McKean County, and its Connection with that of Cameron, 

Elk and Forest, by Chas. A. Ashburner. Board of Commissioners for 

the Second Geol. Sur., 1880-81. 
Sketch of the Geology of Carbon County, Pa., by C. A. Ashburner. Re- 
print, 1884. 



187 

Geology, Pennsylvania — Continued. 

The Toivnship Geology of Elk and Forest Counties, by Charles A. Ash- 
burner, and of Cameron County, by Arthur W. Sheafer. Relates 
especially to the geology of the coal measures of the carboniferous 
age. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 

Economic Geology of the Kittanning and Rural Valley Quadrangles, 
Penn., by Charles Butts. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 279, 1906. 

Part First, The Northern Toicnships of Butler County. Part Second, 
A Special Survey Made in 1875 Along the Beaver and Shenango Rivers 
in Beaver, Lawrence and Mercer Counties, by H. M. Chance. Pa. Geol. 
Sur., 1879. 

Economic Geology of the Amity Quadrangle, Eastern Washington County, 
Pennsylvania, by F. G. Clapp. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 300, 1907. 

Report of Progress in the Junita District on the Fossil Iron Ore Beds 
of Middle Pennsylvania, by John H. Dewees. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1878. 

Report on the Geology of the Four Counties, Union, Snyder. Mifflin and 
Juniata, with Descriptions. Of the Clinton Fossil Ore Mines, Marcel- 
lus Carbonate Iron Ore Mines, Orislcany Glass Sand Mines, and Lewis- 
toicn Limestone Quarries, by E. V. D'Invilliers. Second Geol. Sur. of 
Pennsylvania, 1891. 

Report of Progress in the District of York and Adams Counties, Illus- 
trated by Maps and Cross-Sections, Showing the Iron Ore Belts and 
Individual Mines; with Descriptions of the Same, Notes of a Transit 
Line to Establish Altitudes, and a Catalogue of Specimens Collected 
and Placed in the Museum at Harrisburg, by Persifor Frazer. Pa. 
Geol. Sur., 1876. 

Report of Progress in the Counties of York, Adams, Cumberland and 
Franklin. Illustrated by Maps and Cross-Sections, Shoioing the Mag- 
netic and Micaceous Ore Belt Near the Western Edge of the Mesozoic 
Sandstone and the Two Azoic Systems Constituting the Mass of the 
South Mountains. With a Preliminary Discussion on the Dillsburg 
Ore Beds, and a Catalogue of Specimens Collected in 1875, by P. Frazer. 
Pa.' Geol. Sur., 1877. 

The Geology of Philadelphia County and, of the Southern Parts of Mont- 
gomery and Bucks, by Charles E. Hall. With Analyses of Rocks, by 
F. A. Genth. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 

Special Report on the Trap Dykes and Azoic Rocks of Southeastern Penn., 
by T. Sterry Hunt. Part I. Historical Introduction. Pa. Geol. Sur., 
1878. 

Historical Sketch of Geological Explorations in Penn. and other States, 
by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1876. 

Revision and Correction of the Semi-Bituminous Coal Section at Wei- 
lersburg in Somerset County, Pa., by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. Sur., 
1889. 

Report on the New Ed. of Bucks and Montgomery Counties, by B. S. 
Lyman. From the Pa. State Geological Summary Final Report, Vol. 
Ill, 1895. 

Final Report Ordered by Legislature, 1891. A Summary Description 
of the Geology of Pennsylvania, in Three Volumes, with a Geological 
Map of the State, a Map and List of Bituminous Mines. Pa. Geol. 
Sur., 1892-95. 

Final Report Ordered by Legislature, 1891. A General Index of the 
Final Summary Report of the Geology of Pennsylvania. Pa. Geol. 
Sur., 1895. 

The Geology of Pennsylvania; a Government Survey, with a General 
View of the Geology of the U. S. Essays on Coal Formation and Its 
Fossils and a Description of the Coal Fields of North America and 
Great Britain, by Henry Darwin Rogers, state geologist. Pa. Geol. 
Sur., 1858. 

A List of and Brief Guide to the Publications of The. Penn. Geol. Sur., 
1874-1891. 



188 

Geology, Pennsylvania — Continued. 

Report of Progress of the Survey .in Its First Year, 187 J h to John F. 

Hartranft, Governor of Pa. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1876. 
The. Publications of the Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania. 

Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 
Report of Progress, 187J t -1889. Pub by the Board of Commissioners for 

the Second Geol. Sur., 1875-91. 
Report of Progress in the Clearfield and Jefferson District of the Bitu- 
minous Coal Fields of Western Pa., by F. Piatt. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1875. 
The Devonian System of Eastern Pennsylvania and Neiv York, by C. S. 

Prosser. 
Report of Progress in the Greene and Washington District of the Bitu- 
minous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by J. J. Stevenson. Pa. 

Geol. Sur., 1876. 
Report of Progress in the Fayette and Westmoreland District of the 

Bituminous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by J. J. Stevenson. 

Pa. Geol. Sur., 1877-78. 
Mineral Resources of the Elders Ridge Quadrangle, Pennsylvania, by 

R. W. Stone. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 256, 1905. 
The Cambrian Rocks of Pennsylvania, by C. D. Walcott. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 134, 1896. 
Report of Progress in the Beaver River District of the Bituminous Coal 

Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by I. C. White. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1878. 
Stratigraphy of the Bituminous Coal Field of Pennsylvania, Ohio and 

West -Virginia, by I. C. White. . U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 65, 1891. 
The Geology of Pike and Monroe Counties, by I. C. White. Pa. Geol. 

Sur., 1882. 
The Geology of the Susquehanna River Region in the Six Counties of 

Wyoming, Lackawanna, Luzerne, Columbia, Montour and Northum- 
berland, by I. C. White. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1883. 
Economic Geology of the Beaver Quadrangle, Pennsylvania (Southern 

Beaver and Northwestern Allegheny Counties), by Lester H. Woolsey. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 286, 1906. 
Armstrong Co. Report of Progress in Armstrong County, by W. G. 

Piatt. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1880. 
Bedford Co. The Geology of Bedford and Fulton Counties, by J. J. 

Stevenson. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1882. 
Berks Co. The Geology of the South Mountain Belt of Berks County, 

by E. V. D'Invilliers. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1883. 
Bradford Co. Report of Progress in Bradford and Tioga Counties. 1. 

Limits of the Catskill and Chemung Formation, by Andrew Sherwood. 

2. Description of the Barclay, Blossburg, Fall Brook, Arnot, Antrim 

and Gaines Coal Fields, and at the Forks of the Pine Creek in Potter 

County, by F. Piatt. 3. On the Coking of Bituminous Coal, by John 

Fulton. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1878. 
Cambria Co. Report of Progress in the Cambria and Somerset District 

of the Bituminous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by F. and 

W. G. Piatt. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1877. 
Centre Co. The Geology of Centre County, by E. V. D'Invilliers. Appen- 
dix A. Extracts from Report to Lyon, Shorb cC- Co., by J. P. Lesley. 

Appendix B. Observations on the Geological Formations, by A. L. 

Ewing. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1884. 
Chester Co. The Geology of Chester County, After the Surveys of Henry 

D. Rogers, P. Frazer and C. E. Hall. Ed. by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. 

Sur., 1883. 
Clarion Co. The Geology of Clarion County, by H. M. Chance. Pa. Geol. 

Sur., L880. 
Clearfield Co. A Revision of the Bituminous Coal Measures of Clearfield 

Gov. hi a. by II. M. Chance. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1884. 



189 

•Geology, Pennsylvania — Continued. 

Clinton Co. Part 1. The Geology of Clinton County. Part 2. A Special 
Study of the Carboniferous and Devonian Strata Along the West 
Branch of the Susquehanna River, by H. M. Chance. Pa. Geol. Sur., 
1880. 

Crawford Co. The Geology of Erie and Crawford Counties, by I. C. 
White. With Notes on the Place of the Sharon Conglomerate in the 
Palaezoic Series. Discovery of the Preglacial Outlet of Lake Erie, 
by J. W. Spencer. Second Geol. Sur. of Penn., 1881. 

Delaware Co. Field Notes in Delaware County, by C. E. Hall, With a 
Colored Geological Map of the County, and Thirty-nine Photographic 
Pictures of the Granite Quarries, the Kaolin Mines, the Serpentine Out- 
crops, and the Castle Rocks. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 

Erie Co. The Geology of Erie and Crawford Counties, by I. C. White. 
With Notes on the Place of the Sharon Conglomerate in the Palaeozoic 
Series. Discovery of the Preglacial Outlet of Lake Erie, by J. W. 
Spencer. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 

Fulton Co. The Geology of Bedford and Fulton Counties, by J. J. 
Stevenson. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1882. 

Huntingdon Co. The Geology of Huntingdon County, by I. C. White and 
other assistant geologists. Ed. by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 

Indiana Co. Report of Progress in Indiana County, by W. G. Piatt. Pa. 
Geol. Sur., 1878. 

Jefferson Co. Report of Progress in Jefferson County, by W. G. Piatt. 
Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 

Lancaster Co. The Geology of Lancaster County, by Persifor Frazer, 
Jr. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1880. 

Lawrence Co. The Geology of Lawrence County, by I. C. White. To 
Which is Appended a Special Report on the Correlation of the Coal 
Measures of Western Pennsylvania and Eastern Ohio. Pa. Geol. Sur., 
1879. 

Lehigh Co. The Geology of Lehigh and Northampton Counties. Gen- 
eral Introduction, by J. P. Lesley. Slate Belt and Quarries, by R. N. 
Saunders. Water Gaps, by H. "M. Chance. Limestone Belt and Iron 
Ore Mines, by P. Prime. South Mountain Rocks, by F. Prime. Itin- 
erary Survey of the Mountains, by C. E. Hall. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1883. 

Lehigh Co. The Brown Hematite Deposits of the Siluro-Cambrian 
Limestones of Lehigh County, Lying Between Shimersville, Millers- 
town, Schnecksville, Barrietsville and the Lehigh River, by F. Prime, 
Jr. . Second Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, 1878. 

Lehigh Co. Report of Progress on the Brown Hematite Ore Ranges of 
Lehigh County, with a Description of the Mines Lying Between Emaus, 
Alburtis and Fogelsville, by F. Prime, Jr. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1875. 

Lycoming Co. The Geology of Lycoming and Sullivan Counties. 1. 
Field Notes, by Andrew Sherwood. 2. Coal Basins, by F. Piatt. Pa. 
Geol. Sur., 1880. 

Maps. Topographical Map of the South Mountains in Adams, Franklin. 
Cumberland and York Counties. Surveyed and drawn by Ambrose 
E. Lehman from 1875 to 1885. Scale 1600 ft. to one inch. And Geo- 
logical Maps of Adams County, by P. Frazer, Jr., And of Cumberland 
and Franklin Counties, by R. H. Sanders. Pa. Geol. Sur., 188 — . 

Geological Maps of Schuykill, Carbon, Berks and Dauphin Counties. 

Topographical Map of the Blue Mountains at Port Clinton, in Two Sheets. 
Pub. by the Geol. Sur. of Pa., 1891. 

A Geological Hand Atlas of the Sixty-Seven Counties of Pennsylvania, 
Embodying the Results of the Field Work of the Survey, from 187Jf 
188J h by J. P. Lesley. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 

Mercer Co. The Geology of Mercer County, by I. C. White. Second 
Geol. Sur. of Pa., 1880. 



190 

Geology, Pennsylvania — Concluded. 

Northampton Co. The Geology of Lehigh and Northampton Counties. 

General Introduction, by J. P. Lesley. Slate Belt and Quarries, by R. 

N. Sanders. Water Gaps, by H. M. Chance. Limestone Belt and Iron 

Ore Mines, by F. Prime. South Mountain Rocks., by F. Prime. Itin- 
erary Survey of the Mountains, by C. E. Hall. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1883. 
Perry Co. A Preliminary Report on the Palaeontology of Perry County, 

Describing the Order and Thickness of Its Formations and Its Folded 

and Faulted Structure, by E. W. Claypole. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1885. 
Potter Co. The Geology of Potter County, by Andrew Sherwood. Report 

on the Coal Fields, by F. Piatt. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1880. 
Somerset Co. Report of Progress in the Cambria and Somerset District 

of the Bituminous Coal Fields of Western Pennsylvania, by F. and W. 

G. Piatt. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1877. 
Sullivan Co. The Geology of Lycoming and Sullivan Counties. 1. Field 

Notes, by Andrew Sherwood. 2. Coal Basins, by F. Piatt. Pa. Geol. 

Sur., 1880. 
Susquehanna Co. The Geology of Susquehanna County and Wayne 

County, by I. C. White. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 
Tioga Co. Report of Progress in Bradford and Tioga Counties. 1. 

Limits of the Catskill and Chemung Formation, by Andrew Sherwood. 

2. Description of the Barclay, Blossburg, Fall Brook, Arnot, Antrim 

and Gaines Coal Fields, and at the Forks of Pine Creek in Potter 

County, by F. Piatt. 3. On the Coking of Bituminous Coal, by John 

Fulton. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1878. 
Venango Co. Report of Progress in the Venango County District, by 

John F. Carll. Observations on the Geology Around Warren, by F. A. 

Randall. Note on the Comparative Geology of Northeastern Ohio and 

Northwestern Pennsylvania and Western Neiv York, by J. P. Lesley. 

Pa. Geol. Sur., 1875. 
Warren Co. Geological Report on Warren County and the Neighboring 

Oil Regions, ivith Additional Oil Well Records, by John F. Carll. Sec- 
ond Geol. Sur. of Pa., 1880-1883. 
Wayne Co. The Geology of Susquehanna County and Wayne County, by 

I. C. White. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1881. 
Topographic and Geological Survey of Pennsylvania, 1906-1908. 
Geology, Philippine Islands. 

Brief Memorandum on the Geology of the Philippine Islands, by G. F. 

Becker. From the 20th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1898-99. 
Report on the Geology of the Philippine Islands, by G. F. Becker, Fol- 

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Geology, Queensland. 

Report on the Geological Features of the Country Between Warren and 

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Six Reports on the Geological Features of Part of the District to Be 

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The Green Schists and Associated Granites and Perphyries of Rhode 

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Preliminary Description of the Geology and Water Resources of the 

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Geology, South Dakota — Concluded. 

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Geology and Water Resources of a Portion of Southeastern South 
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The Moraines of Southeastern South Dakota and Their Attendant De- 
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Physiography of the Chattanooga District in Tennessee, Georgia, and 
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Bidrag Till Kannedomen om Sveriges Qvartara Bildningar, by A. Erd- 
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Tennessee Phosphate Rocks; A Paper Read Before the Farmers' Conven- 
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Paleontology of the Malone Jurrassic Formation of Texas, by F. W. 
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Geology of the Edwards Plateau and the Rio Grande Plain Adjacent to 
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Geology, United States. 

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Geoi ogy, Vermont. 

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Structural Details in the Green Mountain Region and in Eastern New 
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Geology, Wisconsin. 

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The Drumlins of Southeastern Wisconsin (preliminary paper), by Wm. 

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Geology, Wyoming. 

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Geography and Geology of a Portion of Southioestem Wyoming, with 
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On the Geology and Physiography of a Portion of Northwestern Colo- 
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Geology of the Yukon Gold District, Alaska, by Josiah Edward Spurr; 
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Geo] ogy, Economic. 

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Report of Progress in 1810, by J. S. Newberry, Including Reports, by 
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Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa, Embracing the 
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Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa, to the Thirteenth 
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The Geology of Lower Michigan, with Reference to Deep Borings. Ed. 
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Report of Progress in the Laboratory of the Survey at Harrisburg, by 
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Second Report of Progress in the Laboratory of the Survey at Harris- 
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Preliminary Report on the Iron Ores and Coal Fields from the Field 
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Chemical Report of the Coals, Soils, Clays, Petroleum, Mineral Waters, 
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Chemical Report of the Minerals, Rocks and Soils, made by Robert 
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Chemical Report of the Soils, Coals, Cokes, Ores, Marls, Clays, Mineral 
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Chemical Report of the Soils, Coals, Ores, Clays, Marls, Iron, Slags, 
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Chemical Report of the Soils, Coals, Ores, Iron Furnace Products, Clays, 
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Chemical Report of the Soils, Coals, Ores, Clays, Marls, Mineral Waters, 
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Comparative Views of the Composition of the Soils-, Limestones, Clays, 
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Fourth Chemical Report of the Soils, Marls, Ores, Rocks, Coals, Iron 
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Second Chemical Report of the Ores, Rocks, Soils, Coals, Mineral 
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Geology, Missouri, Mine la Motte. 

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The Crystal Falls Iron-Bearing District of Michigan, by J. Morgan 

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Haworth. Notes on the Clays and Building Stones of Certain Western 

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Preliminary Paper on an Investigation of the Archean Formations of 

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The Anorthosytes of the Minnesota Coast of Lake Superior. 2. The Lac- 

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The Origin of the Archean Greenstones, by N. H. Winchell. Part 2 

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Geology, Stratigbaphic, Carboniferous. 

Partial List of Coal Plants from the Alabama Fields, and Discussion of 

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The Cumbrian Rocks of Pennsylvania, by Charles Doolittle Walcott. 

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Geology, Stbai [graphic, Cabbonifebous. 

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Correlation of the Formations and Members of Maryland Coal Measures, 
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The Carboniferous Formations and Faunas of Colorado, by George H. 
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Geology of the Maryland Coal District, by George C. Martin. Md. Geol. 
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Correlation Papers; Devonian and Carboniferous, by Henry Shaler Wil- 
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Geology, Stratigraphic, Cretaceous. 

A Preliminary Report on the Cretaceous and Tertiary Formations of 
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Cretaceous and Tertiary Geology. Report of Progress, by Wm. B. Clark. 
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Report Upon the Upper Cretaceous Formations, by Wm. B. Clark. With 
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The Potomac Formation in Virginia, by Wm. Morris Fontaine. U. S. G. 
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Tertiary and Cretaceous Strata of the Tuscaloosa, Tombigbee and Ala- 
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The Colorado Formation and its Invertebrate Fauna, by Timothy W. 
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The Potomac Formation, by Lester Frank. Ward. From the 15th An- 
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Some Analogies in the Loiver Cretaceous of Europe and America, by 
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The Laramie and the Overlying Livingston Formation in Montana, by 
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The Bear River Formation and its Characteristic Fauna, by Charles A. 
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Geology. Stratigraphic, Devonian. 

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The Devonian System of Eastern Pennsylvania and New York, by Charles 
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Geology, Stratigraphic, Eocene. 

Eocene. Md. Geol. Sur., 1901. 

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Geology, Stratigraphic, Miocene. 

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Geology, Steatigraphic, Ordovician. 

Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Ordovician Rocks of Indiana, by 

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Geology, Stratigraphic, Paleozoic. 

Report on the Valley Regions of Alabama, Paleozonic Strata, by Henry 

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Reports on Boone County and the Ozark Uplift, by Garland Carr Broad- 
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The Paleozoic Group. The Geology of Ten Counties of Northwestern 

Georgia, by J. W. Spencer. Ga. Geol. Sur., 1893. 
A Short Description of the Topography of Indiana, and of the Rocks of 

the Different Geological Periods; to Accompany the Geological Map of 

the State, by T. C. Hopkins. From the 28th Annual Report of the 

Dept. of Geology and Natural Resources of Ind., 1903. 
The Paleozoic Section in the Vicinity of Three Forks, Montana, by Al- 
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G. S. Bulletin No. 110, 1893. 
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A Preliminary Report on the Paleozoic Formations of the Kittatinny 

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The Appalachian Region. Paleozoic Appalachian, or the History of 

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Geology, Stratigraphic, Permian. 

TJeber die Grenzen der Zechstein-formation und der Dyas TJber-haupt, by 

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The Texan Permian and its Mesozoic Types of Fossils, by Charles A. 

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Geology, Steatigraphic, Pleistocene. 

Recent Earth Movement in the Great Lakes Region, by Grove Karl 

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Geology, Stratigraphic, Pre-Cambrian. 

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Quaternary Geology of the Hudson River Valley, with Notes on Brick 
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Sketch of the Geological History of Lake Lahontan, a Quaternary Lake 
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Geology, Stratigraphic, Silurian. 

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Geology', Stratigraphic, Tertiary. 

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Cretaceous and Tertiary Geology. Report of Progress, by Wm. B. Clark. 
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The Eocene Deposits of the Middle Atlantic Slope in Delaware, Maryland 
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A Table of the North American Tertiary Horizons, Correlated with one 
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Geology. Stkatigkaphic, Tkiassic. 

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The Structure of the Triassic Formation of the Connecticut Valley, by 

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The Triassac Formation of Connecticut, by Wm. M. Davis. From the 

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Gibbs, George. 

Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon; or Trade Language of Oregon. 

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Monographs of the Fossil Squalidae of the United States. Merrihew, 

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Report on the Coal Measures of Blount Mountain, with Map and Sec- 
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Report on the Coal Measures of the Plateau Region of Alabama, by 

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Report Upon the Coosa Coal Field, with Sections, by A. M. Gibson. 

Ala. Geol. Sur., 1895. 
Report on the Geological Structure of Murphree's Valley, and Its Min- 
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The Forestal Conditions and Silvicultural Prospects of the Coastal 

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Notes Collected During a Visit to the Forests of Holland. Germany, 

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A Preliminary Report on the Forest Conditions of South Jersey. N. J. 

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Gilbert, Grove Karl — Concluded. 

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On the Quaternary and Recent Mollusca of the Great Basin, with 

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Surface Water Supply of Lower Western Mississippi River Drainage. 

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Girty, George Herbert — Concluded. 

Stratigraphy and Paleontology of the Upper Carboniferous Rocks of the 
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The Guadalupian Fauna, by Girty. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 58, 1908. 

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Geology of the Yellowstone National Park. Part 2. 'Descriptive Geology, 
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Glaciation of the Uinta and Wasatch Mountains, by Wallace W. Atwood. 
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Preliminary Paper on the Driftless Area of the Upper Mississippi Val- 
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The Rock-Scorings of the Great Ice Invasions, by T. C. Chamberlin. 
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Preliminary Paper on the Terminal Moraine of the Second Glacial 
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Glacial Formations and Drainage Features of the Erie and Ohio 
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The Illinois Glacial Lobe, by F. Leverett. U. S. G. S. Monographs, 
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Report on the Terminal Moraine in Pennsylvania and Western New 
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The Surface Geology of Ohio, by J. S. Newberry. From the Geol. Sur. 
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Map of the Extinct Lake Passaic, Showing Its Outline, the Position of 
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The Glacial Geology of New Jersey, by Rollin D. Salisbury, asst. by 
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The Glacial Brick Clays of Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachu- 
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by Bailey Willis. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 40, 1887. 
The Glacial Boundary in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, 
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See, also, Moraines; Physical Geography; Geology. 
Glacial Deposits or Indiana. 

By Frank Leverett. From the Inland Educator, August, 1896. 
Glacier des Voges. 

By Ed. Collomb. 
Glacial Phenomena of Northeastern Illinois. 

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Glacial and Interglacial Strata of Scarboro Heights. 

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Glaciers. 

On Skuring smaerker Glacial Formationen og Terrasser Samt om Grund- 
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United States. Existing Glaciers of the United States, by I. C. Russell. 

From the 5th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1883-84. 

Washington. Glaciers of Mount Rainer, by I. C. Russell; With a Paper 

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New Jersey. The Glass Sand Industry of New Jersey, by Henry B. 

Kummel and R. B. Gage. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
See, also, Erosion; Moraines. 
Glenn, Leonidas Chalmers. 

Geology and Mineral Resources of Part of the Cumberland Gap Coal 
Field, Kentucky, by George Hall Ashley and Leonidas Chalmers 
Glenn, in cooperation with the State Geological Department of Ken- 
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Underground Waters of Tennessee and Kentucky West of Tennessee 
River and of an Adjacent Area in Illinois, by L. C. Glenn. U. S. G. S. 
Water-supply Paper No. 164, 1906. 
Glenn, William. 

Chromic Iron with Reference to Its Occurrence in Canada, by W. 
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By C. H. Gordon. Reprint. Proceed. Nebraska Acad. Sciences, VII, 
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GOESEL, J. G. 

Minerals and Metals. 

Comparison of a Wet and Crucible- fire Methods for the Assay of Gold 

Telluride Ores, with Notes on the Errors Occurring in the Operations 

of Fire Assay and Partings, by W. F. Hillebrand and E. T. Allen. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 253, 1905. 

Its Geological Occurrence and Geographical Distribution, by J. Malcolm 

Maclaren. The Mining Journal, 1908. 
Gold and Silver. 

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Gold, Alabama. 

A Preliminary Report on the Upper Gold Belt of Alabama, in the Coun- 
ties of Cleburne. Randolph, Clay, Talladaga, Elmore, Coosa and Talla- 
poosa, by Wm. M. Brewer. Supplementary Notes on the Most Impor- 
tant Varieties of the Metamorphic or Crystalline Rocks of Alabama, 
Their Composition, Distribution, Structure and Microscopic Charac- 
ters, by Eugene A. Smith, George W. Hawes, J. M. Clements and A. 
H. Brooks. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1873. 

A Preliminary Report on a Part of the Lower Gold Belt of Alabama, in 
the Counties of Chilton, Coosa and Tallapoosa, by Wm. B. Phillips. 
Ala. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 3, 1873. 
Gold, Alaska. 

Reconnoissance of the Gold Fields of Southern Alaska with Some Notes 
on General Geology, by George F. Becker. From the 18th Annual 
Report of the Survey, 1896-97, Part 3, Economic Geology. 

A Reconnoissance of the Northwestern Portion of Seward Peninsula. 
Alaska, by Arthur J. Collier. IT. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 2, 1902. 

The Gold Placers of Parts of Seward Peninsula, Alaska, Including 
Nome, Council. Kougarok, Port Clarence and Goodhope Precincts, by 
Arthur J. Collier, Frank L. Hess, Philip S. Smith and Alfred H. 
Brooks. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 328, 1908. 

Mineral Resources of Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Gold Fields of the 
Turnagain Arm Region, by Fred H. MofRt. Coal Fields of the Kache- 
mak Bay Region, by Ralph W. Stone. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 277, 
1906. 

The Fairhaven Gold Placers, Seward Peninsula. Alaska, by Fred H. 
Moffit. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 247, 1905. 

The Fairbanks and Rampart Quadrangles, Yukon Tanana Region. 
Alaska, by L. M. Prindle, With a Section on the Rampart Placers, 
by F. L. Hess, And a Paper on the Water Supply of the Fairbanks 
Region, by C. C. Cover. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 337, 1908. 

The Fortymile Quadrangle, Yukon Tanana Region. Alaska, by L. M. 
Prindle. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 375, 1909. 

The Gold Placers of the Forty-mile Birch Creek, and Fairbanks Regions, 
Alaska, by L. M. Prindle. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 251, 1905. 

The Rampart Gold Placer Region, Alaska, by L. M. Prindle. U. S. G. S. 
Bulletin No. 280, 1906. 

The Yukon-Tanana Region. Alaska. Description of Circle Quadrangle, 
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Methods and Costs of Gravel and Placer Mining in Alaska, by Chester 
Wells Purington. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 263, 1905. 

The Juneau Gold Belt, Alaska, by Arthur C. Spencer, And a Reconnois- 
sance of Admiralty Island, Alaska, by Charles Will Wright. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 287, 1906. 

Geology of the Yukon Gold District, Alaska, by Josiah Edward Spurr; 
With an Introductory Chapter on the History and Condition of the 
District to 1891, i»v Harold Beach Goodrich. From the 18th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 

Preliminary Report on the Cape Nome Gold Region, Alaska, with Maps 
and Illustrations, by F. C. Schrader and A. H. Brooks. U. S. G. S. 
Gov't Print. Off., 1900. 

The Porcupine Placer District, Alaska, by Charles W. Wright. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 236, 1904. 
Gold, Appalachian Mountains. 

Reconnoissance of the Gold Folds of the Southern Appalachians, by 
George F. Becker. From the L6th Annual Report of the director of 
the IT. S. (J. S., L894 95. 

Reconnoissance of Some Gold and Tin Deposits of lite Southern Appala- 
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Waldemar Lindgren. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 293, 1906. 



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Gold, Australia. 

Notes on the Palmer as a Reefing District, by Robert L. Jack. Gregory, 
1897. Queensland Geol. Sur., Bulletin No. 5, 1897. 

Notes on the Present Condition of the Hoclgkinson Gold Field, by Robert 
L. Jack. Gregory, 1896. Queensland Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 4, 1896. 

Australia and Her Gold Regions, by R. G. Jameson. Cornish, 1852. 

Report on the Gold Mines at the Fanning and Mount Success, by Wm. 
H. Rands. Gregory, 1898. 

Mount Cannindah Copper and Gold Deposits, by W. H. Rands. Greg- 
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Third Report on the Eidsvold Gold Field, by W. H. Rands. Gregory, 
1901. Queensland Geol. Sur. No. 14, 1901. 
Gold, California. 

Mining Statistics. No. 1. Tabular Statement of the Condition of the 
Auriferous Quartz Mines and Mills in That Part of Mariposa and 
Tuolumne Counties Lying Between the Merced and Stanislaus Rivers, 
August-November, 1865, by A. Remond. Cal. Geol. Sur., 1866. 

Report, Sacramento, 1884-96. No. 4, 6-7, 9-13. Cal. State Mining Bur., 
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Gold Dredging in California, by J. E. Doolittle. Cal. State Mining 
Bureau Bulletin No. 36, 1905. 

The Auriferous Black Sands of California, by J. A. Edman. Cal. State 
Mining Bureau Bulletin No. 45, 1907. 

The Gold-Quartz Veins of Nevada City and Grass Valley Districts, Cali- 
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The Gold-Silver Veins of Ophir, California, by Waldemar Lindgren. 
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Gold, Colorado. 

Geology and Gold Deposits of the Cripple Creek District. Colorado, by 
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School for the Blind. 30th Bien. Report. 
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State Laboratory of Natural History. Biennial Report of the Director, 

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Biological Investigations on the Illinois River, by S. A. Forbes. Vol. 

VIII and Vol. IX. 
Report of the Director, 1880. 
Bulletin, Vol. VII, Contents and Index. 
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Partial List of Duplicate Insects in the Collection of the Illinois State 

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Report of the Director for the Year Ending June 30, 1880. Rokker, 

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Synopsis of Insect Collections for Distribution to Illinois High Schools, 

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State Jour., 1909. 
State Reformatory. Fifth Biennial Report, from October 1, 1898 to 

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State Secretary of Apportionment, Congressional Senatorial Illinois, 

1893. Phillips, 1901. 
Biennial Report, 1878-80, 1888-98, 1900-08. Rokker, 1880-1908. 
Blue Book, 1900, 1903, 1905, 1907. Phillips, 1900-08. 
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, State Weather Service, Director of. Monthly Weather Review. Feb., 

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See also Illinois Agricultural Dept. Statistical Report. 
Swamp Lands, State Agent of. Annual Report, 1890. Rokker, 1891. 
The Field for Archaeological Research in Illinois, by J. F. Snyder. Read 

before the 111. State Hist. Soc, 1900. 
I Diversity, Illinois. Agricultural Experimental Station. Bulletin, 1902, 

Vols. IV, VI, 1902. 
Chemical Survey of the Water Supplies of Illinois, Preliminary Report, 

by Arthur Wm. Palmer. University, 1897. 
Report of the Board of Trustees, 1890, 1896, Vols. XV, XVIII. Rokker, 

1890-1896. 
World's Fair Commissioners, Board of. Report of the Illinois Board 

of World's Fair Commissioners, World's Columbian Exposition. Rok- 
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I i I i 81 BATED GEOGBAPHU A.L Ll < Tl KES. 

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[LLUSTBATIVE Nous CONCEBNING THE MINNESOTA ODJIBWAS. 

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23J 

[n augural Address of 

C. 8. Deneen, before the Forty-fourth General Assembly, 1905. 
Inaugural Address of 

Joseph W. Fifer, before the Thirty-sixth General Assembly, 1889. 
Increase Allen Lapham. 

A Biographical Sketch Read Before the Old Settlers Club, Milwaukee. 

Dec, 1S75, by S. S. Sherman. 
Indes Neeblande, Agriculture Dept. of. 

Bulletin, 1906-09. Bulletin, No. 1-20, 25. 

Sur Quelques Algues Unicellulaires d'eau Douce Rccoltees dans le Do- 

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Index Mycological Writings. 

By C. G. Lloyd. Vol.', 1898-1905. 
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Queensland Dept. of Mines. Brisbane, 1902. 
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Geological Survey: Annual Report, 1858-67. Gov't, 1858-68. 
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A Manual of the Geology of India, compiled by H. B. Medlicott and 

W. F. Blanford. 3 Vols., 1879-81. 
Memoirs of the Geological Survey of India, 1859-83, 1887. Vol. I-XXII. 

Gov't, 1859-87. 
Palaeontologia India, Being Figures and Descriptions of the Organic 

Remains Procured During the Progress of the Geological Survey of 

India. 18 Vols. Geol. Sur., 1865-86. 
Records, 1869-90. Vol. II-XXIII. 
Public Works, Dep't of. 

General Report on the Punjab Oil Lands, by B. S. Lyman, 1870. 
Indiana. 

Academy of Science. Geological Literature of Indiana, 1893. 

Proceedings. 1897, 1898, 1899, 1901, 1905. 

A General Description of the State of Indiana. From the First Annual 

Report of the Bur. of Statistics and Geology for 1879. 
Department of Geology and Natural Resources. 
Geological Map of Indiana. Shoiving Location of Stone Quarries and 

Natural Gas and Oil Areas, by S. S. Gorby. 18th Annual Report, 1893. 
Department of Statistics and Geology. 

First Annual Report of the Department of Statistics and Geology. 
To the Governor, 1879-1880. 

Annual Report. 1869-1901, 1903-07. Vol. I-XXVI, XXVIII, XXXII. Con- 
ner, 1869-1908. 
Continuation of Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the State of 

Indiana, Made in the Year 1838, in Conformity to an Order of the 

Legislature, by D. D. Owen. Ind. Geol. Sur., 1859. 
First Tenth Annual Report of the Geol. Sur. of Ind. During the Years 

J869-1878, by E. T. Cox. Ind. Geol. Sur., 1869-79. 7 vol. 
Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of Indiana, Made During the 

Years 1859-1860, Under the Direction of D. D. Oiven, State Geologist, 

by Richard Owen. Also, Reports on the Analysis of Soils, by R. 

Peter. Survey of the Coals, by Lee Lesquereux, And Topographic Work, 

by J. P. Lesley. Ind. Geol. Sur., 1862. 
Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the State of Indiana, Made in 

the Year 1837, in Conformity to an Order of the Legislature. By D. D. 

Owen. Ind. Geol. Sur., 1859. 
Statistics. First Annual Report of the Department of Statistics and 

Geology. 1879-1880. To the Governor. 



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Indian Territory. 

Antiquities. An Ancient Quarry in Indian Territory, by William Henry 

Holmes. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 21, 1894. 
Boundaries. The Northivest Boundary of Texas, by Marcus Baker. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 194, 1904. 
Description and Travel. A Gazetteer of Indian Territory, by Henry 

Gannett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 248, 1905. 
Indians. 

U. S. Bur. of Ethnology. Annual Report. 1879-80. 

Bulletin. No. 1, 1887. 

Indians of Central America — Pottery. Ancient Art of the Province of 

Chirqui, United States of Colombia, by William Henry Holmes. Bur. 

of Amer. Ethnology, 1888. 
Sixth Annual Report. 
Indians, Mexico. 

Physiological and Medical Observations Among the Indians of South- 
western United States and Northern Mexico, by Ales Hrdlicka. Bur. 

of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 34, 1908. 
Indians, North America. 

Chinook Texts, by Franz Boas. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology. Bull. 

No. 20. 
Kathlamet Texts, by Franz Boas. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology. Bulletin 

No. 26, 1901. 
Tsimshian Texts, by Franz Boas. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology. Bulletin 

No. 27, 1902. 
The American Race; a Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic De- 
scription of the Native Tribe of North and South America, by D. G. 

Britton. McKay, 1901. 
North Americans of Yesterday ; A Comparative Study of North American 

Indian Life, by F. S. Dellenbaugh. Putnam, 1906. 
Omaha and Ponka Letters, by James Owen Dorsey. U. S. Bur. of Amer. 

Ethnology, Bulletin No. 11, 1891. 
Handbook of American Indians North of Mexico. Ed. by F. W. Hodge. 

Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, Bulletin No. 30, 1907. 
Report on the Chaco Cranium. Miscellaneous Ethnographic Observations 

on Indians Inhabiting Nevada, California and Arizona, by W. J. Hoff- 
man. Dept. of the Interior. U. S. G. S., 1879. 
A Paper on the Number, Locality and Times of Removal of the Indians 

of Wisconsin, with an Appendix Containing a Complete Chronology of 

Wisconsin from the Earliest Times Down to the Adoption of the State 

Constitution in I8J1H. Star, 1870. By Lapham I. A., Blossom, Levi, 

and Geo. G. Dousman. 
The Siouan Tribes of the East, by James Mooney. U. S. Bur of Amer. 

Ethnology Bulletin No. 22, 1894. 
The Pamunkey Indians of Virginia, by Jno. Garland Pollard. U. S. Bur. 

of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 17, 1894. 
The Pima Indians, by Frank Russell. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, 

annual report, 1904-05. 
Photographic Portraits of North American Indians in the Gallery of the 

Smithsonian Institute. Smiths. Misc. Col., Vol. XIV, 1867. 
The Zuni Indians, Their Mythology, Esoteric Fraternities and Cere- 
monies, by Matilda Coxe Stevenson. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, 

annual report, 1904. 
Social Conditions, Beliefs and Linguistic Relationship of the Tlingit 

Indians, by John R. Swanton. II. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, annual 

report, L904-05. 
List of Publications of the Bur. of Ethnology, with Index to Authors and 

Subjects. Indians of North America — Antiquities. By Frederick W. 

Hodge. U. S. Bur. of Ethnology Bulletin No. 24, 1894. 



233 

I \ mans, North America — Concluded. 

Circular in Reference to American Archaeology, Washington, D. C, 
1878. Smiths. Misc. Col. 

Catalogue of Prehistoric Works East of the Rocky Mountains, by Cyrus 
Thomas. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 12, 1891. 

Indians of North America— Ethnology. List of Publications of the Bur. 
of American Ethnology with Index to Authors and Titles. Bulletin 
No. 31. 1906. 

Games of the North American Indians, by Stewart Culin. U. S. Bur. 
Amer. Ethnology, 24th Annual Report, 1902-1903. 

Dictionary of the Chinook Jargon; or, Trade Language of Oregon, by 
George Gibbs. Smiths. Misc. Col., Vol. VII, 1863. 

Haida Texts and Myths Skidegate Dialect. Recorded by John R. Swan- 
ton. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 29, 1905. 
Indians, North America, Pacific Coast. 

A Description of the Desiccated Human Remains in the California State 
Mining Bureau, by Winslow Anderson. Cal. State Mining Bur. Bull. 
No. 1, 1888. 
Indians, Physical Characteristics. 

Physiological and Medical Observations Among the Indians of South- 
western U. S. and Northern Mexico, by Ales Hrdlicka. Bur. of Amer. 
Ethnology Bulletin No. 34, 1908. 
Indians, Stone Implements. 

Perforated Stones from California, by Henry W. Henshaw. U. S. Bur. 
of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 2, 1887. 

See, also, Cliff-Dwellings; Mound-Builders; Pueblos. 
Indians, South America. 

The American Race; a Linguistic Classification and Ethnographic De- 
scription of the Native Tribes of North and South America, by D. G. 
Brinton. McKay, 1901. 

Textile Fabrics of Ancient Peru, by William H. Holmes. U. S. Bur. of 
Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 7, 1889. 
Indians, Virginia. 

Archeologic Investigations in James and Potomac Valleys, by Gerald 
Fowke. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 23, 1894. 
Indians, West Indies, Porto Rico. 

The Aborigines of Porto Rico and Neighboring Islands, by Jesse Walter 
Fewkes. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology annual report, 1903-04. 
Indians, Origin. 

A Description of the Desiccated Human Remains in the California State 
Mining Bureau, by Winslow Anderson. Cal. State Mining Bur. Bull. 
No. 1, 1888. 
Influence of Forests on Climate and on Floods, a Report on. 

By W. L. Moore. House of Rep. II. S. Committee on Agri., Washing- 
ton, 1910. 

INGERSOLL, ERNEST. 

Life of Animals the Mammals. Macmillan, 1906. 
Ingham, William Armstrong. 

Final Report Ordered by Legislature. 1891. A General Index of the 
Final Summary Report of the Geology of Pennsylvania, J. P. Lesley, 
State Geologist. With an appendix containing a list of and brief guide 
to the publications of the survey. Pa. Geol. Sur., 1895. 
Inhaltsverzeichnis und Erklarung zu den Neun Kristalltafeln. 

By Max Schwarzmann. Karlsruhe, 1907. 
Inland Navigation. 

Lakes and Gulf Waterway as Related to the Chicago Sanitary Problem, 

by L. E. Cooley. Maps. Weston, 1891. 
New Jersey. Report on an Inland Waterway from Cape May to Bay 
Head, by Henry B. Kummel, With Accompanying Reports and Maps, 
by C. C. Vermeule, and L. M. Haupt. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 



234 

Inland Navigation — Concluded. 

Supplementary Reports on the Inland Waterway from Cape May to Bay 

Head, by C. C. Vermeule, And the Improvement of Manasquan Inlet, 

by Lewis M. Haupt. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
See also, Canals; Rivers. 
In Memory of Prof. John S. Newberry. 

Proceedings Second Joint Meeting. Scientific Alliance of New York 

Columbia College, March 27, 1893. 
Insects. 

A Catalogue of North American Diptera for two toinged flies), by J. 

M. Aldrich. Smiths. Misc. Col., 1905. 
Ants, Bees and Wasps, by J. L. Avebury. Appleton, 1908. 
Directions for Collecting and Preserving Insects, by Nathan Banks. 

U. S. Nat. Museum, Bulletin No. 67, 1909. 
Insect Life, by J. H. Comstock. Appleton, 1908. 
Insects (?), J. V. Deichmuller. Dresden, 1882. 
Entomology, by J. W. Folsom, 1906. 
Entomology, with Special Reference to its Biological and Economic 

Aspects, by J. W. Folsom. Blakiston's Son, 1906. 
Insects Affecting Corn, Lecture on, by S. A. Forbes. 
Economic Species of Insects. List for Public Schools, 1891. 
Circular in Reference to the History of North American Grasshoppers, 

by Joseph Henry. Smiths. Mis, Col. 163, 1860. 
The Insect Book, by L. O. Howard. Doubleday, 1908. 
Studies on the Chinch Bug, 1885-1888, by S. A. Forbes, Illinois State 

Entomologist. Spring. Print. Co., 1889. 
Partial List of Duplicate Insects in the Collection of the Illinois State 

Laboratory of Natural History, Champaign, Illinois. 111. State Lab. 

of Nat. Hist. Rokker, 1891. 
Synopsis of Insect Collections for Distribution to Illinois High Schools. 

111. State Lab. of Nat. Hist., 1903-06. 
American Insects, ed. 2, by V. L. Kellogg. Henry Holt, 1908. 
Diptera Fam. Blepharoceridae, by V. L. Kellogg. Wytsman, 1907. (Gen- 
era Insectorum Diriges par P. Wytsman.) 
List of the Coleoptera of North America, by J. L. LeConte. Smiths. 

Instit., 1863. 
New Species of North American Coleoptera, by J. L. LeConte. Smiths. 

Misc. Col. 167, 1863. 
Monographs of the Diptera of North America, Prepared for the Smith- 
sonian Institution, by H. Loew. Ed., with additions, by R. Osten 

Sacken. Smith. Misc. Col., Vols. VI, VIII, XI, 1862-73. 
Insects, Maine. 

Second Annual Report Upon the Natural History and Geology of the 

State of Maine. Maine Scientific Survey, 1861-62. 
Catalogue of the Described Coleoptera of the United States, by F. E. 

Melsheimer. Smiths. Instit., 1853. 
Natural History of Aquatic Insects, by L. C. Miall. Macmillan, 1903. 
Directions for Collecting and Hairing Dragon Flies, Stone Flies, and 

May Flics, by James G. Need ham. Bulletin of the U. S. Nat. Museum, 

No. 39, 1899. 
Cataloqix of ihi' Described Diptera of North America, by C. R. Osten- 

Sacken. Smith. Misc. Col., Vol. XVI, 1878. 
Directions for Collecting and I'lescrriin/ Insects, by A. S. Packard. 

Smiths. Misc. Col., Vol. IX, 1873. 
Guide to Hie Study -of Insects and a Treatise on Those Injurious and 

Beneficial to Crops, by A. S. Packard. Henry Holt, 1876. 
Text-book of Entomology /minding l/i<> Anatomy, Physiology, Embryol- 

ogy, and Metamorphoses of Insects, by A. S. Packard. Macmilian, 

L903. 
Directions for Collecting <m<i Preserving insects, by \l. C. V. Riley. 

r. s. \;ii Museum, Bulletin No, 39, L892, 



235 

1 \m < ts, Maine — Concluded. 

Catalogue of the Orthoptera of North America Described Previous to 

1867, by S. H. Scudder. Smiths. Misc. Col., Vol. VIII, 1868. 
Inquiry into the Zoological Relations of the First Discovered Traces of 

Fossil Neuropterous Insects in North America; with Remarks on the 

Difference of Structure on the Wings of Living Neuroptcra, by S. H. 

Scudder, 1865. 
The Role of Insects in the Forest, by John B. Smith. N. J. Geol. Sur., 

1863. 
Check-list of the Hemiptera Heteroptera of North America, by P. R. 

Uhler. Brooklyn Entom. Soc, 1886. 
Report on the Rocky Mountain Locust, for 1816, by Allen Wnitman, 

State Entomologist. Fifth Annual Report of the Minn. Geol. and Nat. 

Hist. Sur., 1877. 
New Jersey. Catalogue of Insects Found in New Jersey, by John B. 

Smith. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1888. 
Fossil. Bibliographical Contributions; Ed. by Justin Winsor, No. 13, 

University Press, 1S82. Harvard University Library. 
A Classed and Annotated Bibliography of Fossil Insects, by S. H. 

Scudder. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 69, 1890. 
The American Tertiary Aphidae, by S. H. Scudder. From the 13th 

Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1891-92. 
Index to the Known Fossil Insects of the World, Including Myriapods 

and Arachnids, by S. H. Scudder. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 71, 1891. 
Insect Fauna of the Rhode Island Coal Field, by S. H. Scudder. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 101. 
Some Insects of Special Interest from Florrissant, Colorado, and Other 

Points in the Tertiary of Colorado and Utah, by S. H. Scudder. U. 

S. G. S. Bulletin No. 93, 1892. 
Systematic Review of our Present Knowledge of Fossil Insects, Includ- 
ing Myriapods and Arachnids, by S. H. Scudder. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 

No. 31, 1886. 
See also, Agricultural Pests; Bees; Beetles; Butterflies; Lepidoptera; 

Moths; Parasites. 

INSTITUT DE FRANCE, ACADEMIE DES SCIENCES. 

By Collumb, Prevost and Herbert. 

INSTITUT DES MINES DE L' ImPERATRICE. 

Annals, Vol. I. 

INSTITUTO GEOLOGICO DE MEXICO. 

Boletin, 1896-1902, 1905, No. 3-16, 20. Sec. de Fomento, 1896-1902. 

Paregones, 1903-05. Vol. I. Sec. de Fomento, 1903-05. 
Institute Grand-ducal de Luxembourg. 

Archives. Tome, 4, 5, 1909-1910. 

Archives, 1906, 1907, 1908. 
Institut Royal Geologique de Suede, Stockholm. 

Sveriges Geologiska Under sokning, 1862-1881. No. 1-74. 
Instructions. 

Irish Branch of Her Majesty's Geol. Sur. Dublin, 1867. 
Institution Quarterly. 

State of Illinois Board of Administration, Vol. I, 1910. 
Intemperance. 

See Temperance. 
Internacia Science Revuo. 

By Emile Chaix. Genevo, 1907. 
International Congress. 

Stockholm. 8, 9, 1910. 
Internationalen Arbeitsamts. 

Bulletin des Bd. 2, No. 11, 12, Jena, 1903. 
International Mining Congress. 

Proceedings Fifth Annual Session, 1902. 



236 

International Scientists Dictionary. 

By S. E. Cassino, 1888. Comp. 
International Who's Who. 

Ringrose, Hyacinthe, ed. 1910-1911. 
Interstate Commerce Commission. 

Annual Report, 20, 21, 22, 24, 1908-1910. 
23d Annual Report, 1909. 2J/th Annual Report, 1910. 
Introduction to General Chemistry. 

By J. T. Stoddard. New York, 1910. 
Introduction to the Study of Indian Languages. 

By J. W. Powell. Smiths. Instit. Bur. of Ethnology. 
Inventions. 

Origin of Invention; a Study of Industry Among Primitive Peoples, by 
O. T. Mason. Walter Scott, 1907. 
Inundations. 

See Floods. 
Invertebrate Palaeontology. 

By F. B. Meek. Report U. S. G. S. of the Territories. Washington, 
1876. Vol. IX. 
Invertebrates, Fossil. 

A Catalogue and Bibliography of North American Mesozoic Invertebrata, 
by Cornelius Breckinridge Boyle. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 102, 1893. 
Geology of the McAlester-Lehigh Goal Field, Indian Territory, by Joseph 
A. Taff, Accompanied by a Report on the Fossil Plants, by David 
White, And a Report on the Paleozoic Invertebrate Fossils, by George 
H. Girty. From the 19th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1897-98. 
On Invertebrate Fossils from the Pacific Goast, by Charles A. White. U. 

S. G. S. Bulletin No. 51, 1889. 
On the Fresh Water Invertebrates of the North American Jurassic, by 

Charles A. White. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 29, 1886. 
See also, Crustacea; Insects; Mollusks; Zoology. 
Investigations, American Vertebrata. 

By Joseph Jones. Smith. Contributions to Knowledge, 1856. 
Iodybite from Tonopah, Nevada. 

By E. H. Kraus and C. W. Cook. From the Amer. Jour, of Sci. Vol. 
XXXII, March, 1909. 
Iowa Geological Survey. 

Descriptions of New Species of Grinoidea; from Investigations of the 
Iowa Geological Survey. Preliminary Report, by James Hall. Iowa 
Geol. Sur., 1861. 
First and Second Annual Report of Progress by the State Geologist and 
the Assistant and Chemist on the Geological Survey of the State of 
Iowa, Together with the Substance of Popular Letters Contributed to 
the Newspapers of the State During the Years 1866 and 1867, in Accord- 
ance with haw; also Extracts Originally Contributed to Scientific 
Journals as a Part of the Work of the Survey. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1868. 
Reports and Papers. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1894-1901, Vol. 2, 5-9, 11-12. 
Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Iowa; Embracing the 
Results of Investigations Made During Portions of the Years 1855, 1856, 
and L857, by James Hall. Iowa Geol. Sur., 1858. 2 Vol. 
[reland, Ordnance Survey. 

Report on the Geology of the Country of Londonderry and of Parts of 
Ti/ rone and Fermanagh. Milliken, 1843. 

[RON. 

The Electrical and Magnetic Properties of the Iron-carburets, by Carl 
Barus and Vincent Strouhal. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 14, 1855. 

I'll usual Properties of the Iron-carburets, Third Paper, by Carl Barus 
and Vincent Strouhal. H. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 35, 1886. 

Chromic Iron willi Reference to its Occurrence, in Canada, by William 
Glenn. From the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 



237 

Iron — Con eluded. 

On the Location and Examination of Magnetic Ore Deposits by Magnet- 
ometric Measurements, bv Eugene Haanel. Interior Dept. of Canada, 
1904. 
On the Iron Ore Deposits in Sydvaranger Finmarken-Norway, by G. Hen- 

riksen. Grndahl, 1904. 
Collections of Occasional Surveys of Iron, Coal and Oil Districts in the 

United States, by J. P. Lesley. McCalla, 1874. 
Iron Manufacturer's Guide to Furnaces, Forges and Rolling Mills of the 
United States with Discussions of Iron as a Chemical Element, an 
American Ore and a Manufactured Article, by J. P. Lesley. John 
Wiley, 1866. 
Iron, Alabama. 

Iron Making in Alabama, by William Battle Phillips. Ala. Geol. Sur., 

1873. 
Historical Account of Coal Mining Operations in Alabama Since 1853. 
Ala. Geol. Sur., 1875. 
Iron, Georgia. 

A Preliminary Report on a Part of the Iron Ores of Georgia, Polk, Bar- 
tow and Floyd Counties, by S. W. McCallie. Ga. Geol. Sur. Bulletin 
No. 10, 1890. 
Report on the Fossil Iron Ores of Georgia, by S. W. McCallie. Ga. Geol. 
Sur., 1890. Bulletin No. 17. 
Iron, Kentucky. 

Report on the Limonite Ores of Trigg, Lyon and Caldwell Counties, 
Known as the Cumberland River Ores, by Wm. B. Caldwell, Jr. Ky. 
Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
The Iron Manufacture of the Kentucky Division of the Hanging Rock 

Iron Region, by P. N. Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Iron Ores and the Iron Manufacture of the Kentucky Red 

River Iron Region, by P. N. Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Iron Ores in the Vicinity of Cumberland Gap, by' P. N. 

Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Iron Ores of Greenup, Boyd and Carter Counties, the 
Kentucky Division of the Hanging Rock Iron Region, by P. N. Moore. 
Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report Upon the Airdrie Furnace and Property, Muhlenburg County, Ky., 
by P. N. Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Iron, Michigan. 

The Menominee Iron-bearing District of Michigan, by William Shirley 
Bayley; Charles Richard Van Hise, Geologist in charge. Dept. of 
the Interior Monographs of the U. S. G. S., Vol. XLVI, 1904. 
Iron-bearing Rocks (Economic) of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, by 

T. B. Brooks. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1873. 
The Crystal Falls Iron-bearing District of Michigan, by J. Morgan 
Clements and Henry Lloyd Smyth, With a Chapter on the Sturgeon 
River Tongue, by William Shirley Bayley, And an Introduction, by 
Charles Richard Van Hise. From 19th Annual Report of the U. S. 
G. S., 1897-98. 
The Crystal Falls, Iron-bearing District of Michigan, by J. M. Clements 
and Henry Lloyd Smith, With a Chapter on the Sturgeon River Tongue, 
by William Shirley Bayley, And an Introduction, by Charles Richard 
Van Hise. Dept. of the Interior Monographs of the U. S. G. S., Vol. 
XXXVI, 1899. 
The Penokee Iron-bearing Series of Michigan and Wisconsin, by Roland 
Duer Irving and Charles Richard Van Hise. U. S. G. S. Monographs, 
Vol. XIX, 1892. 
Geological Report on the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, Exhibiting the 
Progress of Work from 1881 to 188//. Iron and Copper Regions, by 
C. Rominger. Accompanied by a map and two geological cross sections. 
Mich. Geol. Sur., 1895. 



238 

Iron, Michigan — Concluded. 

The Marquette Iron-Bearing District of Michigan, with Atlas, by Charles 
Richard Van Hise and William S. Bayley, Including a Chapter on the 
Republic Trough, by Henry L. Smith. U. S. G. S. Monographs 28, 1897. 

Preliminary Report on the Marquette Iron-Bearing District of Michigan, 
by Charles R. Van Hise, and William S. Bayley, With a Chapter on the 
Republic Trough, by Henry Lloyd Smyth. From the 15th Annual Re- 
port of the U. S. G. S., 1893-95. 
Ikon, Minnesota. 

The Vermilion Iron-bearing District of Minnesota, With an Atlas, by J. 
Morgan Clements. Charles R. Van Hise, geologist in charge. U. S. 
G. S. Monographs, Vol. XLV, 1903. 

The Mesabi Iron-Bearing District of Minnesota, by Charles Kenneth 
Leith. Dept. of the Interior Monographs of the U. S. G. S., Vol. XLIII, 
1903. 

The Iron-Bearing Rocks of the Mesabi Range in Minnesota, by J. Edward 
Spurr. Minn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. Bulletin No. 10, 1894. 

The Iron Ores of Minnesota, Their Geology, Discovery, Development, 
Qualities and Origin, and Comparison with Those of Other Iron Dis- 
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Survey Bulletin No. 6, 1891. 

The Mesabi Iron Range in Minnesota, 1892, by Horace V. Winchell. From 
the 20th Annual Report of the Minn. Geol. Sur., 1893. 
Ikon, Missouri. 

Preliminary Report on the Iron Ores and Coal Fields from the Field 
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[bon, New Jersey. 

Fire-brick and Clay Industry. The Iron Mining Industry, by George E. 
Jenkins. . N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Iron Mines. 

Notes on the Active Iron Mines, by George E. Jenkins. N. J. Geol. Sur., 
1863. 

I'cview of the Iron Mining Industry, by George E. Jenkins. N. J. Geol. 
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Reports on the Iron-Mining Industry, With Notes on the Active Mines, 
by George E. Jenkins. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 

The Iron and Zinc Mines, by Henry B. Kummel. N. .J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Ikon Mines. 

Notes on the Active Iron Mines, by Frank L. Nason. N. J. Geol. Sur., 
1863. 
[bon, Nobth Carolina. 

Iron Ores of North Carolina, a Preliminary Report, by H. B. C. Nitze. 
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Report on a Topographical Survey of Part of the Cumberland Coal Field, 
by H. Y. Hind. Citizen Pub. Co., 1873. 
[RON, Ohio. 

Report of Geological Investigations Along the Line of the Cleveland, 
('an ton, Coshocton <f- Straitsville Railway, made to Hon. R. B. Dennis, 
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[ron, l'i;\ \syi,\ \ \ [A. 

Report of Progress in the Comities of York, Adams, Cumberland and 
Franklin. Illustrated by maps and cross-sections, showing the mag- 
netic and micaceous ore belt near the western edge of the Mesozoic 
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Report of Progress in the District of York and Adams Counties. Illus- 
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Report of Progress on- the Brown Hematite Ore Ranges of Lehigh County, 
with a Description of the Mines Lying Between Emaus, Alburtis and 
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The Brown Hematite Deposits of the Siluro-Cambrian Limestones of 
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Special Report on the Coke Manufacture of the Youghiogheny River 
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of the coal and ore beds. From the surveys by Charles A. Young. By 
Franklin Piatt. To which are appended: 1. A report on Methods of 
Coking, by John Fulton. 2. A report on the Use of Natural Gas in 
the Iron Manufacture, by John B. Pearse and Franklin Piatt. Pa. 
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Magnetic Deposits of the Cornwall Type in Pennsylvania, by Arthur C. 
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On Pyrite and Marcasite, by H. N. Strokes. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 186, 
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The Iron Ores of the Iron Springs District, Southern Utah, by C. K. 
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The Penokee Iron-Bearing Series of Michigan and Wisconsin, by Roland 
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Iron Industry and Trade, Great Britain. 

Report of Progress in 1870, by J. S. Newberry. Including reports by E. 
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Iron Industry and Trade. 

Industrial Report on Lead, Zinc and Iron, Together with Notes on Shan- 
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See, also, Mines and Mining; Steel. 
Iron and Steel, Production Of. 

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Pumping Water for Irrigation, by Herbert M. Wilson. U. S. G. S. Water- 
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Storage Reservoirs on Stony Creek, California, by Burt Cole. U. S. 
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[brig ation, Arizona. 

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Water-supply Paper No. 2, 1897. 



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Irrigation, California. 

Water Storage, Caehe Creek, California, by Albert E. Chandler. U. S. 

G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 45, 1901. 
Irrigation Near Bakcrsficld, California, by Carl Ewald Grunsky. U. S. 

G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 17, 1898. 
Irrigation Near Fresno, California, by Carl Ewald Grunsky. U. S. G. S. 

Water-supply Paper No. 18, 1898. 
Irrigation Near Merced, California, by Carl Ewald Grunsky. U. S. G. S. 

Water-supply Paper No. 19, 1899. 
Development and Application of Water Near San Bernardino, Colton and 
Riverside, Cal., by Joseph Barlow Lippincott. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
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Ground Waters and Irrigation Enterprises in the Foothill Belt, Southern 
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Irrigation, Canals and Flumes. 

Conveyance of Water in Irrigation Canals, Flumes and Pipes, by Samuel 
Fortier. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 49, 1901. 
Irrigation, Colorado. 

Irrigation Near Greeley, Colorado, by David Boyd. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply Paper No. 9, 1897. 
Water Resources of the State of Colorado, by A. L. Fellows. U. S. G. S. 
Water-supply Paper No. 74, 1902. 
Irrigation, India. 

Irrigation in India, by Herbert M. Wilson. From the 12th Annual Report 

of the Director of the U. S. G. S., 1890-91. 
Irrigation in India, 2d ed., by Herbert M. Wilson. U. S. G. S. Water- 
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Irrigation, Kansas. 

Irrigation Practice on the Great Plains, by Elias Branson Cowgill. U. S. 
G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 5, 1897. 
Irrigation, Nebraska. 

Geology and Water Resources of the Patrick and Goshen Hole Quad- 
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Report of the State Geologist. 1890-1901. Neb. Board of Agri., annual 
report, 1891-1902. 
Irrigation, New Mexico. 

Irrigation in Mesilla Valley, New Mexico, by F. C. Barker. U. S. G. S. 
Water-supply Paper No. 10, 1898. 
Irrigation, North Dakota. 

The Lignite of North Dakota and Its Relation to Irrigation, by F. A. 
Wilder. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 117, 1905. 
Irrigation, South Dakota. 

Biennial Report of the State Engineer, Sioux Falls, 1894. 
New Developments in Well Boring and Irrigation in Eastern South 
Dakota, 1896, by Nelson Horatio Darton. From the 18th Annual Report 
of the II. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
[brigation, Texas. 

Irrigation Systems in Texas, by William Ferguson Hutson. U. S. G. S. 

Water-supply Paper No. 13, 1898. 
Irrigation Sy stews of Texas, by Thomas U. Taylor. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply Paper No. 71, 1902. 
[brigation, United States. 

Water Supply for Irrigation, by Frederick Haynes Newell. From the 

L3th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1891-92. 
1,'eservoirs for Irrigation, by James D. Schuyler. From the 18th Annual 

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Engineering Results Of Irrigation Survey, by Herbert M. Wilson. From 
the 13th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1891-92. 



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Irrigation, Washington (State). 

A Reconnoissance of Southern Washington, by Israel Cook Russel. U. S. 
G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 4, 1897. 
Irrigation, Western States. 

The High Plains and Their Utilization, by Willard D. Johnson. From 
the 21st-22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900, 1901. 
Irrigation, Wyoming. 

Geology and Water Resources of the Patrick and Goshen Hole Quad- 
rangles in Eastern Wyoming and Western Nebraska, by George I. 
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See, also, Canals; Drainages. 
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Economic Resources of the Northern Black Hills, by Irving, With Contri- 
butions, by S. F. Emmons and T. A. Jagger, Jr. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper 
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The Downtown District of Leadville, Colorado, by S. F. Emmons and 
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Irving, Roland Duer. 

The Copper-Bearing Rocks of Lake Superior, by Roland D. Irving. U. S. 
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Observations on the Junction Between the Eastern Sandstone and the 
Keweenaw Series on Keweenaw Point, Lake Superior, by R. D. Irving 
and T. C. Chamberlin. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 23, 1885. 

On Secondary Enlargements of Mineral Fragments in Certain Rocks, by 
R. D. Irving and C. R. Van Hise. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 8, 1884. 

On the Classification of the Early Cambrian and Pre-Cambrian Forma- 
tions, by R. D. Irving. From the 7th Annual Report of the director of 
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The Penokee Iron-Bearing Series of Michigan and Wisconsin, by R. D. 
Irving and Charles Richard Van Hise. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. 
XIX, 1892. 

Preliminary Paper on an Investigation of the Archaean Formations of 
the Northwestern States, by R. D. Irving. From the 5th Annual Report 
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The Greenstone Schist Areas of the Menominee and Marquette Regions 
of Michigan; a Contribution to the Subject of Dynamic Mctamorphism 
in Eruptive Rocks, by George H. Williams, With an Introduction, by 
R. D. Irving. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 62, 1890. 
Is It Mount Tacoma or Ranier? 

By James Wickersham. Proceedings Tacoma Academy of Science, 1893. 
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A Monograph on the Isopods of North America, by Harriet Richardson. 
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Ives, J. C. 

General Report Colorado Exploring Expedition. War Dept. 
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St. Louis School of Fine Arts. Handbook. 1907-08. 



Jack, John George. 

The Pikes Peak, Plum Creek, and South Platte Forest Reserves, by J. 
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Artesian Water in the Western Interior of Queensland. Gregory, 1895. 

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Notes on the Palmer as a Reefing District. Gregory, 1897. Queensland 

Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 5. 
Notes on the Present Condition of the Hodgkinson Gold Field. Gregory, 

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Report on the Chillgoe Mining District and Projected Railway. Gregory, 

1898. Queensland Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 9. 

Six Reports on the Geological Features of Part of the District to be 
Traversed by the Proposed Transcontinental Railway. Outridge, 1898. 
Queensland Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 10. 
Jackson, Daniel D. 

The Normal Distribution of Chlorine in the Natural Waters of New York 
and New England, by D. D. Jackson. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper 
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Jackson, W. H. 

Photographs of North American Indians. Dept. of the Interior, U. S. 
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Jagger, Thomas Augustus. Jr. 

Economic Resources of the Northern Black, Hills, by J. D. Irving, With 
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The Laccoliths of the Black Hills, by Thomas Augustus Jagger, Jr., With 
a Chapter on Experiments Illustrating Intrusion and Erosion, by 
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1900. 

JAHRESBERICHT DES VEREINS FUR DIE BERGBAULICHEN INTERESSEN. 

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James, William. 

Moral Equivalent of War. 
James, U.'P. and James, J. F. 

Palaeontology, Catalogue of the Lower Silurian Fossils. Cin. Group, 
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James, Edmund J. and Loveless, M. J. 

Bibliography of Newspapers Published in Illinois Prior to 1860. Phillips, 

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Jameson, R. G. 

Australia and Her Gold Regions. Map. Cornish, 1852. 
James Valley, Antiquities. 

Archeologic Investigations in James and Potomac Valleys, by Gerard 

Fowke. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, Bulletin No. 23, 1894. 
Janet, Charles. 

Anatomie du Corselet et Histolyse des Muscles. Text and Plates. 
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Description du Material, 1903. 
Observations sur les Fourmis, 1904. 
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Departments of Law, Science and Literature. Calendar, 1879-80, 1880- 

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Expedition Under the Command of Commodore M. C. Perry. U. S. 

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Geological Survey of Yesso, by B. S. Lyman. Preliminary Report, 1874; 

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Imperial Geological Survey. Catalogue of Articles Exhibited at the 

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Imperial Geological Survey. Higashiyama Oil Wells, 1901. 
Imperial Geological Surrey. Outlines of the Geology of Japan. 
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Fire-brick, and Clay Industry. The Iron Mining Industry, by G. E. Jen- 
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Iron Mines. Notes on the Active Iron Mines. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 

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Report on the Iron-mining Industry. With Notes on the Active Mines. 
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Supplemental Notes on the Mining Industry of New Jersey. N. J. Geol. 
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Jenney, W. P. 

Black Hills of Dakota. 

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Determination of Rock Forming Minerals. 

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Relations of Bark Lice to Horticulture. 
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Bibliographic Review and Index of Underground Water Literature Pub- 
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Relation of the Law to Underground Waters. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
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Report of the Geology of the Coastal Plain of Alabama, by Eugene A. 
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Summary of the Underground Water Resources of Mississippi, by A. F. 
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Tertiary and Cretaceous Strata of the Tuscaloosa, Tombigbee and Ala- 
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The High Plains and their Utilization, by W. D. Johnson. From the 
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Diatomacea of Minnesota Inter-glacial Peat, by B. W. Thomas, With a 
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A' Collection of Plants from- the Vicinity of LaGuaira, Venezuela, by 
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Investigations. American Vertebrata. Smithsonian Contributions to 
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Second Report on the Gold Deposits of Georgia, by S. P. Jones. Ga. 
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Monograph of the Tertitry Entomostracea of England. Print, for the 

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Monograph on the Entomostraca of the Cretaceous Formation of En- 
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Journal of Geology. Vol. XVII, XVIII, XIX, 1909-1911. 

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Journal of the American Association of Physio-medical Physicians and 

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Journal of the Elisha Mitchell Scientific Society. 
Journal of the College of Science, Imperial University, Tokyo, Japan, 

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Journal of the Northwest Mining Association. Mining Vol. X, XI, XII, 

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Mining. Vol. I, II, III, IV, 1896-1899. 
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General Report of the Geological Survey of Newfoundland During the 

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Vol. V, Academy of Sci. Pub. Co., 1891. 
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Preliminary Report of the Geol. Sur. of Kansas, .by G. C. Swallow. Kan. 
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University Science Bulletin. Vol. I, II, III. 

University Science Bulletin. Vol. V, VII, IX. 

University Geological Survey. Annual Bulletin on Mineral Resources 
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Cambrische Brachiopoden von Liau-tung. 
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Die Fauna. 

Neue Bcitrage zur Kenntniss der Kauna. 
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Under die Str atigr aphis chen, by E. Kayser and E. H'olzapfel. 
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The World's Peoples. 
Keeler, James Edward. 

Earthquakes in California in 1889. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 68, 1890. 
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Economic Geology of the Bingham Mining District, Utah, by John Mason 

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Introduction on General Geology, by Samuel Franklin Emmons. U. 

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Geology of the Catoctin Belt. From the 14th Annual Report of the U. S. 

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Queries in Ethnography. Longmans, 1903. 
Kellogg, Vernon L. 

American Insects, ed. 2. Henry Holt, 1908. 

Diptera Fam. Bleharoeeridae Wytsman. 1907. Genera insectorum dir- 

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The Geological Relations and Distribution of Platinum and Associated 

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The Trap Dikes of the Lake Champlain Region, by J. F. Kemp and 

Vernon Freeman Marsters. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 107, 1893. 
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Oil Fields of the Texas-Louisiana Gulf Coastal Plain, by C. W. Hayes 

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Geology and Mineral Resources of a Part of the Cumberland Gap Coal 

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in cooperation with the State Geological Department of Kentucky, by 

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The Iron Ores of the Iron Springs District, Southern Utah, by C. K. 

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Geology of Dallas County. Iowa Geol. Sur., Vol. Ill, 1897. 
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Survey of the Fourche Cove in Pulaski County, Arkansas, by Joseph 

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Collection of Occasional Surveys of Iron, Coal and Oil Districts in the 

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Final Report Ordered by Legislature, 1891. A Summary Description of 

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Report of Progress of the Survey in Its First Year — 1874 — to J. F. 

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Second Report of Progress in the Laboratory of the Survey at Harris- 
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Special Report on the Coke Manufacture of the Youghiogheny River 
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Special Report on the Petroleum of Pennsylvania, Its Production, Trans- 
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Description of the Coal Flora of the Carboniferous Formation in Penn- 
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Geology of Pennsylvania, a Government Survey, with a General View of 
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On Species of Fossil Plants from the Tertiary of the State of Mississippi. 

Palaeontological Report of the Fossil Flora of the Coal Measures of the 
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Partial List of Coal Plants from the Alabama Fields, and Discussion of 
the Geological Positions of Several Coal Seams. Ala. Geol. Sur., 1875. 

Principles of Paleozoic Botany. 13th Annual Report of Indiana Dept. of 
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Report of the Fossil Flora, and of the Stratigraphical Distribution of the 
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Report on a Geological Survey of the Lands of the Columbus National 
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Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of Indiana, made during the 
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Second Report of a Geological Reconnoissance of the Middle and South- 
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Tertiary Flora. Rept. U. S. G. S. of the Territories, Vol. VII. 
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Glacial Deposits of Indiana. From Inland Educator, Aug., 1867. 
Glacial Phenomena of Northeastern Illinois. 
Glacial Formations and Drainage Features of the Erie and Ohio Basins. 

U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XLI, 1902. 
The Illinois Glacial Lobe. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XXXVII, 1899. 
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Wells of Northern Indiana. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 21, 1899. 
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U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 26, 1899. 
Leversidge, A. 

Minerals of New South Wales, 1883. 
Lewis and Clark Forest Reserve, Montana. 

By H. B. Ayres. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899- 

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Lewis, H. R. 

Poultry Laboratory Guide. 
Lewis, Henry Carvill. 

Report on the Terminal Moraine in Pennsylvania and Western New York, 

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Fauna of Alabama. 1. Fresh Water and Land Shells, by Dr. James 

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Instructions for Collecting Land and Fresh Water Shells, 1866. 
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Building Stones of New Jersey. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 

Corundum and the Basic Magnesian Rocks of Western North Carolina. 

N. C. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 11, 1891. 
Origin and Relations of the Newark Rocks. The Newark (Triassic) 

Copper Ores of New Jersey. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Petrography of the Newark Igneous Rocks of New Jersey. N. J. Geol. 

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Report, Vol. MI, 1905-1907. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. 
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Quality of Water in the Upper Ohio River Basin and at Erie, Pa. U. S. 

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Library of Congress. 

A. L. A. Catalogue, 1904. 

Author and Title Catalogue, 1904. 

Its Work, 1907. 

Card Section, Bulletin, 1910, 1911. 

Classification: Class Q, 1905; Class Z, 1910; Class S, 1911.* 

Classification, 1909. 

Duplicate Periodicals and Serials. Available for Exchange, 1910. 

List of Works Relating to Deep Waterways, 1908. 

List of Subject Headings, 1909. 

Preliminary List of Subject Subdivisions. 

Printed Cards, How to Order and How to Use Them, 1909. 

Publications, 1906, 1908, 1909, 1910, 1911. 



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Library of Congress — Concluded. 

Report of the Librarian, 1906, 1907, 1908, 1909, 1910. 

Select List of Books Relating to Iron and Steel, 1907. 

Select List of Recent Purchases, Science, 1904. 

Select List of References on Sugar, 1910. 

Special Rules on Cataloging, 1906. 

Want List: Am. Hist. Serials, 1909. Pub. Education List., 1909. Misc. 

Pub., 1909. Am. 18th Century Neivspapers, 1909. Periodicals and 

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Life and Services of Matthew Lyon. 

By P. H. White. Vermont Hist. Soc, 1858. 
Lignite, Alaska. 

Report on Coal and Lignite of Alaska, by William Healey Dall. From 

the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
Description of Fossil Woods and Lignites from Arkansas, by F. H. 

Knowlton. From the annual report of the Geol. Sur. of Ark., 1889, 

Vol. II. 
Fossil Wood and Lignite of the Potomac Formation, by F. H. Knowlton. 

XL S. G. S. Bulletin No. 56, 1889. 
Lignites of the Great Sioux Reservation ; a Report on the Region Between 

the Grand and Moreau Rivers, Dakota, by Bailey Willis. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 21. 
Lignite, Mississippi. 

The Lignite of Mississippi, by Calvin S. Brown. Miss. State Geol. Sur. 

Bulletin No. 3, 1907. 
Lignite, Mont Alto and Appalachian Erosion. 

By Mr. Lesley. 
Lignite, North Dakota. 

The Lignite of North Dakota and Its Relation to Irrigation, by F. A. 

Wilder. U. S. G. S. Water-supply, Paper No. 117, 1905. 

LlMACIEN, FOSSILE, ETC. 

By M. Deshayes. 
Lime. 

The Clay, Stone, Lime, and Sand Industries of St. Louis City, and County ; 

by G. E. Ladd. Mo. Geol. Sur., Bulletin No. 3, 1890. 
Missouri. The Lime and Cement Resources of Missouri, by H. A. Buehler. 

Mo. Bur. of Geology and Mines, 1907. 
Limestone, Indiana. 

The Bedford Colitic Limestone of Indiana. {A Joint Report on the 

Oolitic Limestone of Indiana as it Occurs in Lawrence,- Monroe and 

Owen Counties, and a Partial Report on Washington County, ivith a 

Chapter on the General Character of Oolites), by T. C. Hopkins, and C. 

E. Siebenthal. From the 21st Annual Report of the Dept. of Geology 

and Nat. Resources of Indiana, 1896. 
Limestones, by Alfred C. Lane. Report for 1901 of Mich. Board of 

Geol. Sur. 
Limestone, New Jersey. 

The Chemical Composition of the White Crystalline Limestones of Sussex 

and Warren Counties, by Henry B. Kummel. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
The Age of the Franklin White Limestone of Sussex County, New Jersey, 

by John Eliot Wolff and Alfred H. Brooks. From the 18th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
Limestone, Ohio. 

The Limestone Resources and the Lime Industry in Ohio, by Edward 

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Mammals. 

The Extinct Sirenia, 1890, by E. D. Cope. 

The Mechanical Causes of the- Origin of the Dentition of the Rodentia, 

by E. D. Cope. 
Synopsis of the Vertebrate Fauna of the Puerco Series. Read before 

the Am. Philos. Soc. of Phil., 1888, by E. D. Cope. 
Arrangement of the Families of Mammals with Analytical Tables, by 

Theodore Gill. Smiths. Misc. Col., Vol. VII. 
The Mammals of Minnesota. A Scientific and Popular Account of Their 

Features and Habits, by C. L. Hedrick. Minn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. 

Sur. Bulletin No. VII, 1892. 
Life of Animals the Mammals, by Ernest Ingersoll. Macmillan, 1906. 
Catalogue of the Type-specimens of Mammals in the U.' S. National 

Museum, Including the Biological Survey Collection, by Marcus Ward 

Lyon, Jr. U. S. National Museum, Bulletin No. 62, 1909. 
The Gigantic Mammals of the Order Dinocerata, by Othnlel C. Marsh. 

From the 5th Annual Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1883- 

1884. 
U. S. Nat. Museum. Guide to a Collection Illustrating the Families of 

Mammals Exhibited in the Ohio Valley Centennial Exposition in 1888, 

by Frederick W. True, 1888. 
See also Man; Vertebrates; Zoology. 
Mammals, Fossil. 

British Pleistocene Mammalia. Printed for the Palaeontographical Soc. 

London, 1866, by W. B. Dawkins and W. A. Sanford. 
Description of a Skull of Megalonyx Leidyi, by Josua Llndahl. Amer. 

Phil. Soc, 1891. 
Dinocerata. A Monograph of an Extinct Order of Gigantic Mammals, 

by Othniel Charles Marsh. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. X, 1886. 
Cenozoic Mammal Horizons of Western North America, by Henry F. 

Osborn. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 361, 1909. 
Mammals, Mexico. 

Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States. A Descriptive 

Catalogue of the Species of Mammals Occurring in that Region; with 

a General Summary of the Natural History and a List of Trees, by 

Edgar Alexander Mearns. U. S. Nat. Museum Bulletin No. 56, 1907. 
Mammals, Southwest. 

Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States. A Descriptive 

Catalogue of the Species of Mammals Occurring in that Region, etc., 

by Edgar A. Mearns. U. S. Nat. Museum Bulletin No. 56, 1907. 
Mammat, Edward. 

Collection of Geological Facts and Practical Observations Intended to 

Elucidate the Formation of the Ashby Coal Field. Lawford, 1834. 
Man. 

Origin of Civilization and the Primitive Condition of Man, by J. L. Ave- 

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The Study of Man, by Alfred C. Hadden. Putnam, 1898. 
Geological Evidences of the Antiquity of Man, by Sir Charles Lyell. 

Childs, 1863. 
Races of Man and Their Geographical Distribution, by Oscar Peshel. Ap- 
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Anthropology, by E. B. Tylor. Appleton, 1903. 
Preadamites ; or, a Demonstration of the Existence of Men before Adam, 

by Alexander Winchell. Griggs, 1880. 
See also Anatomy; Anthropometry; Archaeology; Civilization; Ethnol- 

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Kougl. Vitterhets Historic och Antiqvitets Akademiens, 1887-1905, Stock- 
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Manasquan Ixlet. 

Further Notes on the Changes of Manasquan Inlet. N. J. Geol. Sur., 

1863, by Henry Barnard Kummel. 
Report on the Improvement of Manasquan Inlet, by Lewis Muhlenberg 

Haupt. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Supplementary Reports on the Inland Waterway from vape May to Bay 
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Manganese, Georgia. 

A Preliminary Report on the Manganese Deposits of Georgia, by Thomas 
L. Watson. Ga. Geol. Sur. 1890, Bulletin No. 14. 
Manitoba Historical and Scientific Society. 

Annual Reports, 1882-83, 1884-85, 1897, 1898, 1899, 1900, 1901, 1902, 1903, 

1904, 1906. 
Transactions, No. 3, 13, 14, 15, 51, 52, 53, 54, 55, 56, 57, 58, 60, 61, 62, 63, 
64, 65, 66, 68, 72. 
Mann, Albert. 

Report on the Diatoms of the Albatross Voyages in the Pacific Ocean, 
1888-1904, by Albert Mann. Contributions from the U. S. National 
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Man, Prehistoric, U. S. ■ 

Skeletal Remains Suggesting or Attributed to Early Man in North Amer- 
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Bulletin No. 33, 1907. 
Man, The Races of. 

By J. Deniker. Scribner's Sons, 1907. 
Manson. Marsden. 
Physical Characteristics of Kern River, California, by Frank H. Olmsted, 
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G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 46, 1901. 
Mantell, Gideon Algernon. 

Geological Excursions Round the Isle of Wight and Along the Adjacent 

Coast of Dorsetshire, Ed. 3. Bohn, 1854. 
Medals of Creation. 2 Vol. Bohn, 1844. 
Wonders of Geology. 2 Vol. Maltby, 1839. 
Manual for the Study of Insects. 

By J. H. Comstock and Anna Botsford. Comstock Pub. Co., 1907. 
Manual Training. 

Report on Technical Education and Manual Training-, by Edward Combes. 
New South Wales, Paris Universal Exhibition of 1899. Chapman, 
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See also Technical Education. 
Manufacturers, Kentucky. 

Report on the Iron Ores and Iron Manufacture of the Kentucky Red 
River Iron Region, by P. N. Moore. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Maple Sugar, North Carolina. 

The Possibilities of a Maple Sugar Industry in Western North Carolina, 
by William Willard Ashe. N. C. Geol. Sur., 1891. 
Maps and Panoramas. 

U. S. Geol. and Geog. Sur. of the Territories, 12th Annual Report, 1878. 
Maps. 

Foster and Whitney's Report. 

Interpretation of Topographic Maps, by Rollin D. Salisbury and Wallace 

W. Atwood. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 60, 1908. 
Formulas and Tables to Facilitate the Construction and Use of Maps, by 

Robert Simpson Woodward. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 50, 1889. 
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Marbles of Vermont. 

By A. D. Hager. Vermont Historical Society, 1858. 
Marbles. 

Preliminary Report on the Marbles of Georgia, 2d ed., by S. W. McCallie. 
Ga. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 1, 1890. 
Marbut, Curtis Fletcher. 

The Geology of Morgan County, by C. F. Marbut. Mo. Bur. of Geol. 
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Glacial Brick Clays of Rhode Island and Southeastern Massachusetts, by 
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Reports on Areal Geology, by C. F. Marbut. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1898. 
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Extrait du Bulletin de la Societe de Geographic 

Extrait du Bulletin de la Societe Geologique de France. 

Geology of North America with Two Reports on the Prairies of Arkansas 
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La Faune Primordiale Dans le Pays de Galles et de la Geologie Cali- 
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Le Dyas au Nebraska. 

Le Terrain Cretace des Environs de Sioux City, de la Mission des Omahas 
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Geol. de France, 1866. 

Lettres sur les Roches du Jura et Leur Distribution Geograph que Dans 
les Deux Hemispheres. Klincksieck, 1857-60. 

Little More Light on U. S. G. S. 

Mapoteca Geologica Americana. (A catalogue of geological maps of 
America, North and South, 1752-1881.) U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 7, 
1884. 

On the Use of the Name Taconic. 

Sur Divers Armes Outils et Traces de VHomme Americain. 

Taconic System. Proceed Am. Acad. Arts and Sciences, 1885. 
Marcy, R. B., and McClellan, G. B. 

Exploration of the Red River of Louisiana in the Year 1852. 
Marcy, Oliver. 

Memoir of Oliver Marcy, by A. R. Crook. 1899. From Bull. Geol. Soc. 
Amer. Vol. XI, 1899. 
Marilaun, Anton Kerner Von. 

Natural History of Plants. 2d vol. Holt, 1894-95. 
Marine Zoology. 

A Letter Concerning Deep-Sea Dredgings, Addressed to Prof. Benjamin 

Peircc, Superintendent U. S. Coast Survey. By Louis Agassiz. 1871. 

Feather-Stars Recent and Fossil, by P. H. Carpenter. Reprint from 
the Popular Science Review. 

Natural History of Aquatic Insects. By L. C. Miall. Macmillan, 1903. 

The Development of Limulus Polyphemus. By A. S. Packard, Jr. 1870. 

See, also, Crustacea; Fish; Mollusks; Ocean. 
Marl. 

Marl (Bog Lim,e) and Its Application to the Manufacture of Portland 
Cement, by David J. Hale and others. Mich. Geol. Sur., 1900-1903. 

On the Phosphates and Marls of Alabama, by Eugene Allen Smith. Ala. 
Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 2, 1892. 
Marquis, Albert Nelson. 

Who's Who in America. 1908-09. 
.M\i:si(, .Millard Caleb. 

The Potomac River Basin; Geographic History — Rainfall and Stream 
Flow — Pollution, Typhoid Fever, and Character of Water — Relation 
of Soils and Forest Cover to Quality and Quantity of Surface Water — 
Effect of Industrial Wastes on Fishes. By Horatio N. Parker, Bailey 
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Marsh, Otiixiel Charles. 

Birds with Teeth. From the 3d Annual Report of the director of the 

U. S. G. S., 1881-82. 
Ceratopsia, by J. B. Hatcher, based on preliminary studies by O. C. 

Marsh. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XLIX, 1907. 
Dinocerata. A Monograph of an Extinct Order of Gigantic Mammals. 

U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. X, 1886. 
Dinosaurs of North America. From the 16th Annual Report of the U. S. 

G. S., 1894-95. 
Gigantic Mammals of the Order Dinocerata. From the 5th Annual 

Report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1883-84. 
Odontornithes. U. S. Geol. Exploration of the 40th parallel, Vol. VII, 

1880. 
Plankton of Lake Winnebago and Green Lake. Bulletin No. 12, Wis. 

Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur. 
Marshes, New Jersey. 

Drainage of the Hackensack and Newark Tide-Marshes. By C. C. Ver- 

meule. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Marshall, Robert B. 

Classification of Lands, Including Papers, by C. H. Fitch, R. B. Marshall, 

E. C. Barnard and John B. Leiberg; by Henry Gannett. From the 

21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
Marsland, Thomas Herbert. 

Notes on the Chemical Composition of the Silicious Tubes of the DeviVs 

Corkscrew, Daemonelix. Neb. University. Vol. II, 1897. 
Marsters, Vernon Freeman. 

The Trap Dikes of the Lake Champlain Region, by James Furman 

Kemp and Vernon Freeman Marsters. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 107, 

1893. 
Martell, B. 

On the Carriage of Petroleum in Bulk on Over-Sea Voyages. 27th Ses- 
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Martin, George Curtis. 

Correlation of the Formations and Members of Maryland Coal Measures. 

By Wm, Bullock Clark and George C. Martin. Special report on the 

coal of Maryland, Vol. V, 1905. 
Distribution and Character of the Maryland Coal Beds, by Wm. B. Clark, 

George C. Martin and J. J. Rutledge. Md. Geol. Sur., 1905. 
Geology of the Maryland Coal District. Md. Geol. Sur., 1905. 
Geology and Mineral Resources of the Controller Bay Region, Alaska. 

U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 335, 1908. 
Petroleum Fields of the Pacific Coast of Alaska, with an Account of 

the Bering River Coal Deposits. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 250, 1905. 
Reconnoissance of the Matunska Coal Field; Alaska, in 1905. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 289, 1906. 
Martin, Karl. 

Report on the Geology of the Philippine Islands, by George F. Becker, 

Followed by a Version of Weber Tertiare Fossilien von den Philippine 

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1899-1900. 
Maryland. 

Report on the Survey of the Boundary Line Between Allegheny and 

Garrett Counties, Maryland. By L. A. Bauer. Md. Geol. Sur., 1898. 
Historical Sketch Embracing an Account of the Progress of Investigation 

Concerning the Physical Features and Natural Resources of Maryland. 

By Wm. Bullock Clark. Md. Geol. Sur., 1897. 
The Physical Features of Maryland, Including the Introduction, Histor- 
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sources. By Wm. B. Clark. Md. Geol. Sur., 1897. 



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Maryland, Description and Travel. 

The Aims and Methods of Cartography, with Especial Reference to the 
Topographic Maps Now Under Construction in Maryland by the U. 8. 
G. S., in Cooperation ivith the Md. Geol. Sur. By Henry Gannett. 
A Gazetteer of Maryland, by Henry Gannett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 

231, 1904. 
Bibliography and Cartography of Maryland, Including Publications. By 

Edward B. Matthews. Md. Geol. Sur., 1897. 
Maryland Geological Survey. 1896-1906. 5 vol. 

The Maps and Map-Makers of Maryland, Including a History of Carto- 
graphic Progress in Maryland, by Edward Bennett Mathews. Md. 
Geol. Sur., 1898. 
Maryland Geological Survey, 1896. 
Allegheny County. 
Calvert County. 
Cecil County. 
Introduction, Establishment and Plan of Operation of the Survey, by 

Wm. B. Clark. 1897. 
Eocene. 

First Report Upon Magnetic Work in Maryland. 
First Report on State Highway Construction. 
Garrett County. Report on the Survey of the Boundary Line Between 

Allegheny and Garrett Counties, Maryland. 
Garrett County. 1902. 
Miocene. 

Pliocene and Pleistocene. 
Report on the Highways of Maryland. 
- Report. Vol. I-VI. 1896-1906. 5 vols. 
St. Mary's County. 

The New State Aid Road Law. How Improved Roads May Be Secured 
Under Its Provisions. Md. Geol. Sur. Highway Division. 1904. 
Maryland, Law. 

The New State Aid Road Law. How Improved Roads May Be Secured 
Under Its Provisions. Johns Hopkins Press, 1904. 
Maryland, Maps. 

Md. Geol. Sur. 1896-1906. 5 vol. 

The Counties of Maryland, Their Origin. Boundaries and Election Dis- 
tricts, by Edward B. Mathews. Md. Geol. Sur., 1907. 
Maryland, Peace Society. 
Quarterly. Nov., 1910. 
Maryland, Natural Resources. 

Official Publication of the Maryland Commissioners Pan-American Expo- 
sition. Prepared by the Maryland Geol. Sur., Baltimore, 1901. 
Maryland, Roads. 

The New State Aid Road Laio. How Improved Roads May Be Secured 
Under Its Provisions. Md. Geol. Sur. and Highway Division. Johns 
Hopkins Press, 1904. 
Mascart, E., Directeur. 

Bulletin Mensuel du Bureau Central Meteorologique de France. Paris. 
1901. 
Mason, Otis TuFTON. 

Origin of Invention — A Study of Industry Among Primitive Peoples. 

Walter Scott, 1907. 
Throwing Sticks in the National Museum. U. S. Nat. Museum, 1890. 
Woman's Share in Primitive Culture. Appleton, 1907. 
Ma sox, .). C. 

Evolution and Hopes of Civil Service in Illinois. 
Maspebo, G. 

Dim ,i of Civilization. Soc. Pro. C. K., 1901. 
Manual of Egyptian Archaeology. 
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Massachusetts, Agriculture State Board of. 

Special Report on the Work of Extermination of the Ocneria Dispar or 
Gypsy Moth. Wright, 1892. 
Massachusetts, Description and Travel. 

Final Report on the Geology of Massachusetts, by Edward Hitchcock. 
Mass. Geol. Sur., 1841. 

A Geographic Dictionary of Massachusetts, by Henry Gannett. Dept. 
of the Interior, Bulletin U. S. G. S. No. 116, 1894. 

Geological Survey. Final Report on the Geology of Massachusetts, by 
Edward Hitchcock. Mass. Geol. Sur., 1841, 2 Vol. 

Report on the Geology, Mineralogy, Botany, and Zoology of Massachu- 
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Institute of Technology. Investigations on the Purification of Boston 
Sewage Made at the Sanitary Research Laboratory and Sewage Experi- 
ment Station of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, with a 
History of the Sewage-disposal Problem, by C. E. A. Winslow and 
Earle B. Phelps. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 185, 1906. 

Language, Dictionary, English. Natick Dictionary, by James H. Trum- 
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Materialien zur Geologie Russlands. 

Vol. XXIV, 1909. 
Materials, Strength of. 

See Strength of Materials. 
Materiaux pour l'Histoire Positive et Philosophique de l'Homme. 

Sept., 1864-Aout, 1866. Vols. MI, by Gabriel de Mortillet. 
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Publications, 1886-1904, Institut Royal Grand-Ducal de Luxembourg 
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Matheny, J. H. 

Samuel Mendenhall. A Memorial. 
Mather, William Williams. 

Second Annual Report on the Geol. Sur. of the State of Ohio. Ohio 
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Mathews, Edward Bennett. 

An Account of the Character and Distribution of Maryland Building 
Stones, Together with a History of the Quarrying Industry. Md. Geol. 
Sur., 1898. 

Bibliography and Cartography of Maryland, Including Publications Re- 
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Sur., 1897. 

Building and Decorative Stones of Maryland, Containing an Account of 
Their Properties and Distribution, by George P. Merrill and Edward 
B. Matthews. Md. Geol. Sur., 1898. 

Cecil County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1902. 

Counties of Maryland, Their Origin, Boundaries and Election Districts. 
Md. Geol. Sur., 1907. 

Report on the Physical Features of Maryland, Together with an Account 
of the Exhibits of Maryland Mineral Resources Made by the Md. Geol. 
Sur., by Wm. B. Clark and Edward B. Mathews. Md. Geol. Sur., 1906. 

The Maps and Map-Makers of Maryland, Including a History of Carto- 
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Matthew, Geo. F: 

Fauna of the St. John Group. Trans. Royal Soc. of Canada, 1885. 

Report on the Cambrian Rocks of Cape Breton. Geol. Sur., Canada, 1903. 
Matthews, Washington. 

Ethnography and Philology of the Hidatsa Indians. U. S. Geol. and 
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Matthew, William Diller. 

Cenozoic Mammal Horizons of Western North America, by Henry F. 
Osborn, With Faunal Lists of the Tertiary Mammalia of the West, by 
W. D. Matthew. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 361, 1909. 
Matthes, Francois Emile. 

Glacial Sculpture of the Bighorn Mountains, Wyoming. From the 21st 
Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
Maverick National Bank. 

Manual, July 1887. Wright, 1887. 
Maxon, William Ralph. 

A New Spleenwort from China. U. S. National Herbarium, 1903. 
Studies of Trophical American Ferns, No. 1. U. S. National Herbarium, 
Vol. X, 1908. 
Mayas, Antiquities. 

Mexican and Central American Antiquities, Calendar Systems, and His- 
tory, by Eduard Seler, E. Forstemann, Paul Sshellhas, Carl Sapper 
and E. P. Dieseldorff; Tr. from the German under the supervision of 
Charles P. Bowditch. Smith. Insti. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, Bul- 
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By Thomas Cyrus, Smiths. Instit. Bur. of Ethnology, 1894. 
Mayer, A. G. 

Medusae of the Bahamas. Museum Brooklyn Instit. of Arts and 
Sciences, Vol. I, 1904. 
Maynard, Charles J. 

Eggs of North American Birds, DeWolf, 1890. 
Mayr, Gustav L. 

Beitrage zur Naturkunde Preussens. 
Mead, Elwood. 

Water-right Problems of the Bighorn Mountains. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply Paper No. 23, 1899. 
Mearns, Edgar Alexander. 

Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States. A descriptive 
catalogue of the species of mammals occurring in that region; with a 
general summary of the natural history, and a list of trees. U. S. 
National Museum, Bulletin No. 56, 1907. 
Meddelanden, FrAn K., Vet. Akad Nobelinstitut. 

Vol. I, Upsala and Stockholm. 
Meddelanden of Societas Pro Fauna et Flora Fenica. 

Nos. 30-35, 1903-1909. Helsingfors. 
Mededeelingen uit 'Slands Plantentuim. 

Vols. XXXIV, XXXV, XXXVI. Batavia, 1899. 
Medusae, Fossil. 

Fossil Medusae, by Charles Doolittle Walcott. U. S. G. S. Monographs, 
Vol. XXX, 1898. 
Medusae of the Bahamas. 

By A. G. Mayer. Museum Brooklyn Institute Arts and Sciences, Vol. I, 
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Meek, F. B. 

Descriptions of Some New Types of Palaeozoic Shells. 

First Fifth Report of Progress of the Geological Survey of Missouri, by 

G. C. Swallow, 1855-61. 
Geology. 2 Vol. Cal. Geol. Sur., 1864-82. 

Invertebrate Palaeontology. Report U. S. G. S. of the Territories, Vol. IX. 
Notes on Some Points in the Structure and Habits of the Palaeozoic 

Crinoidea, by F. B. Meek and A. H. Worthen. 
Notes on the Affinities of the Bellerophontidae. Proceed. Chi. Acad. 

Sciences, 1866. 
Palaeontology. Cal. Geol. Sur., 1864-69. 



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Meek, F. B. — Concluded. 

Remarks on the Age of the Goniatite Limestone at Rockford, Indiana, 
bv F. B. Meek and A. H. Worthen. Am. Jour, of Science, Vol. XXXII, 
1861. 
Reports on the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, 1855-1871, by 
G.' C. Broadhead, F. B. Meek and B. F. Shumard. Mo. Geol. Sur., 
1873. 
Meek, F. M. 

Checklist of the Invertebrate Fossils of North America Tertiary Systems 
Miocene Epoch. Smiths. Instit., 1864. Smiths. Misc. Col. Vol. VII. 
Meeker, Ralph Inman. • 

Surface Water-supply of Colorado River Drainage above Yuma, 1906. 

U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 211, 1908. 
Surface Water-supply of Lower Western Mississippi River Drainage, 1906. 

U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 209, 1907. 
Surface Water-supply of Missouri River Drainage, 1906, by Robert Fol- 
lansbee, R. I. Meeker and J. E. Stewart. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
Paper No. 208, 1907. 
Megalonyx Leidyi. 

By Josua Lindahl Trans. Am. Phil. Soc. New Series, Vol. XVII. 
Megathyrides. 

By J. I. Morgan. Ext. du Bulletin de la Soc. Zool. de France, 1883". 
Meier, F. 

Forest Fires in New Jersey, During 1902-03. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Notes on Basket-willow Culture. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Meissner, Carl. 

The Prevention of Mine Explosions; Report and Recommendations by 
Victor Watteyne, Inspector-General of Mines, Belgium, Carl Meissner 
and Arthur Desborough. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 369, 1908. 
Melanges Geologiques. 

By G. Dewalque. Bruxelles et Liege, 1890-1900. 
Mell, C. D. 

St. Mary's County. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896. 
Melsheimer, Friedricii Ernst. 

Catalogue of the Described Coleoptera of the U. S. Smiths. Instit., 1853. 
Melville, William Harlow. 

Contributions to the Mineralogy of the Pacific Coast, by Wm. Harlow 
Melville and Waldemar Lindgred. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 61, 1890. 
Membership List. 

Engineers' Society of Western Pennsylvania, 1901. 
Memoir. 

Australian Museum, Vols. Ill, IV, 1896-1900. 

Of Edward Tuckerman, 1817-1886, by W. G. Farlow. Read before Nat'l 

Acad., 1887. 
Sur le Granite de Rostrenen, by Ch. Barrios, 1884. 
Memoire sur les Fossiles. 

By M. Hebert, Paris, 1860. 
Memoire sur le Terrain Anthraxifere. 

By M. Scipion Gras, Paris, 1854. 
Memoire sur les Terrains de Sediment. 

By Alex. Brogniart, Paris. 
Memoires de la Societe Geologique de Belgique. 

Vol. II, 1904. 
Memoires de Paleontologie. 

By L. De Koninck, Bruxelles, 1857-1858. 
Memoires and Documents. 

Musee Social, Nos. 3, 6, 10, Paris, 1903. 
Memoria del Museo Nacional. 

By Dr. Carlos Berg, 1894, 1895, 1896. 
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Memoirs. 

Carnegie Museum, Vols. I, II, III, IV, 1901-1911. 
Memoibes de la Societe Palaenotologique Suisse. 

By P. de Loriol, Vols. 9, 17, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 33, 34, 35, 1888, 1908. 
Memoirs of the Science Department. 

University of Tokio, Vol. I, Japan, 1879. 
Mendenhall, Samuel. 

A Memorial, by J. H. Matheny, 1909. 
Mendenhall, Walter Curran. 

Development of Underground Waters in the Central Coastal Plain Region 
of Southern California. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 138, 1905. 

Development of Underground Waters in the Eastern Coastal Plain Region 
of Southern California. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 137, 1905. 
• Development of Underground Waters in the Western Coastal Plain Re- 
gion of Southern California. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 139, 
1905. 

Geology of the Central Copper River Region, Alaska. U. S. G. S. Prof. 
Paper No. 41, 1905. 

Geologic Section Along the New and Kanawha Rivers in West Virginia, 
by Marius R. Campbell and Walter C. Mendenhall. From the 17th 
Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-1896. 

Ground Waters and Irrigation Enterprises in the Foothill Belt, South- 
ern California. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 219, 1908. 

Ground Waters of the Indio Region, California, with a Sketch of the 
Colorado Desert. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 225, 1909. 

The Hydrology of San Bernardino Valley, California. U. S. G. S. Water- 
supply Paper No. 142, 1905. 

Mineral Resources of the Mount Wrangell District, Alaska, by W. C. 
Mendenhall and Frank C. Schrader. U. S. G. S. Prof. Paper No. 15, 
1903. 

Preliminary Report on the Ground Waters of San Joaquin Valley, Cali- 
fornia. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 222, 1908. 

Reconnoissance from Fort Hamlin to Kotzebue Sound, Alaska, by Way 
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Coal Resources of the Yukon, Alaska, by Arthur J. Collier. U. S. G. S. 

Bulletin No. 218, 1903. 
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Moffit and A. C. Maddren. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 374, 1909. 
Preliminary Report on the Ketchikan Mining District, Alaska, by Alfred 

Hulse Brooks. U. S. G. S. Prof, Paper No. 1, 1902. 
U. S. G. S. Report on Progress of Investigations of Mineral lie sources of 

Alaska in 190J t . U. S. G. S. Bulletin Nos. 259, 284, 1905. 
Mines and Mining, Arkansas. 

Antimony Deposits of Arkansas, by Chas. E. Wait, 1879. 
Mines and Mining, California. 

Report California State Mining Bureau, 1884-96. Census Bulletin Nos. 

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Copper Resources of California, by Lewis E. Aubury. Cal. State Mining 

Bur. Bulletin No. 23, 1902. 
Copper Resources of California, issued by the California State Mining- 
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Bur. Bulletin No. 50, 1908. 
Mines and Mining, Colorado. 

Abstract of a Report Upon the Geology and Mining Industry of Lead- 

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report of the director of the U. S. G. S., 1882. 
The Downtown District of Leadville, Colorado, by Samuel Franklin 

Emmons and John Duer Irving. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 320, 1907. 
Geology and Mining Industry of Leadville. Colorado, with Atlas, by 

Samuel, F. Emmons. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XII, 1886. 
The Mines of Custer County, Colorado, by Samuel Franklin Emmons. 

From the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
Geology and Mining Industries of the Cripple Creek District, Colorado, 

by Whitman Cross and A. A. F. Penrose, Jr. From the 16th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 
Geology of Silver Cliff and the Rosita Hills, Colorado, by Whitman 

Cross. From the 17th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1895-96. 
Ore Deposits of the Rico Mountains, Colorado, by Frederick Leslie Ran- 

some. From the 22d Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1900-1901. 
Preliminary Report on the Mining Industries of the Telluride Quad- 
rangle, Colorado, by Chester Wells Purington. From the 18th Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
Report of Progress in the Geological Re-survey of the Cripple Creek 

District, Colorado, by Waldemar Lindgren and Frederick Leslie Ran- 

some. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 254, 1904. 
Report on the Economic Geology of the Silverton Quadrangle, Colorado. 

by Frederick Leslie Ransome. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 182. 
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.Minks and MINING, Idaho. 

Annual Report of the State Mine Inspector, 1906-08. Bell, 1907-09. 
Geology and Ore Deposits of the Coeur d'Alenc District, Idaho, by Fred- 
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Mining Districts of the Idaho Basin and the Boise Ridge, Idaho, by 
Waldemar Lindgren. From the 18th Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 
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Mining Laws of the State of Idaho, by F. C. Moore, 1909. 
.Minks ami Mining, Indiana. 

First-Tenth Annual Report of the Geological Survey of Indiana, Made 
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Vol. VII. 
Minis and MINING, KANSAS. 

Economic Geology of the Independence Quadrangle, Kansas, by Frank 
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Minks and Mining, Kentucky. 

Economic Geology of the Kenova Quadrangle. Kentucky, Ohio and West 
Virginia, by Wm. Clifton Phalen. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 349, 1908. 
Minks and Mining, Maryland. 

Report on the Physical Features of Maryland. Together with an Account 
of the Exhibits of Maryland Mineral Resources Made by the Md. Geol. 
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Maryland. Report Vols. I-VI. Md. Geol. Sur., 1896-1906. 
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Iron-Bearing Rocks (Economic) of the Upper Peninsula of Michigan, 
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Mines and Mining, Minnesota. 

Minnesota Geol. and Nat. History Survey. Bulletin Nos. 1-10, 1887-84. 
Mesabi Iron-Bearing District of Minnesota, by Charles Kenneth Leith. 
U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XLIII, 1903. 
Minks and Mining, Mississippi. 

Geology and Mineral Resources of Mississippi, by A. F. Crider. U. S. 
G. S. Bulletin No. 283, 1906. 
Mines and Mining, Missouri. 

Copper Deposits of Missouri, by H. Foster Bain and E. O. Ulrich. U. S. 

G. S. Bulletin No. 267. 
Industrial Report on Lead, Zinc and Iron, Together toith Notes on Shan- 
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Notes on the Mining of Thin Coal Seams in Missouri and Kansas, by 
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Mines and Mining, Montana. 

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U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 356, 1909. 
Mines and Mining, Nevada. 

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Comstock Mining and Miners, by Eliot Lord. U. S. G. S. Monographs, 

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Geology of the Tonoprh Mining District, Nevada, by Josiah Edward 
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Mines and Mining, Nevada. 

Preliminary Account of Goldfield, Bullfrog and Other Mining Districts 
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Minks and Mining, New Jersey. 

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Mines and Mining, North Carolina. 

Geological Survey. Bulletin No. 1. 1891. 

The Mining Industry in North Carolina During 1900. N. C. Geol. Sur., 
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Mines and Mining, Pennsylvania. 

Economic Geology of the Amity Quadrangle, Eastern Washington County, 

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Economic Geology of the Beaver Quadrangle, Pennsylvania (Southern 
Beaver and Northwestern Allegheny Counties), by Lester H. Woolsey. 
U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 286, 1906. 
Economic Geology of the Kittanning and Rural Valley Quadrangles, 
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Investigations of Some of the Mineral Resources of Porto Rico, by H. B. 
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Koniglich Preussischen Geologischen handesanstalt und Bergakademie, 
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Mines and Mining, Queensland. 

Report on Some Mount Morgan Mines, by B. Dunstan. Gregory, 1901. 

Queensland Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 15. v 

Report on the Chillagoe Mining District and Projected Railway, by R. J. 
Jack. Gregory, 1898. Queensland Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 9. 
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Economic Geology of the Mercur Mining District, Utah, by James E. 
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Mines and Mining, Wyoming. 

Geology and Mineral Resources of the Laramie Basin, Wyoming, a Pre- 
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See, also, Coal; Engineering; Lead; Mercury; Mineralogy; Silver. 
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Vol. I-V. 1895-1899. 
Mi \ ixo, Hydraulic and Placer. 

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Mining Joubnal of the Northwest Mining Association. 

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Mining Magazine. 

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Mining News, The Northwest. 
Vol. VI. Spokane, 1909-10. 
Mining Operations, a Review Of. 
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South Australia, Adelaide. 1910. 
See, also, Mines and Mining. 
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Les Moteurs Electriques. 
List des Periodiques Compulses. 
Minnesota, Academy of Natural Sciences. 

Bulletin. Vol. Ill, 1889-1901. 
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Synopsis of the Aphididae of Minnesota, by O. W. Oestlund. Geol. and 
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Minnesota Geological and Natural Historical Survey. 
Bulletin. No. 1-10. 1887, 1894. 
First Twenty-fourth Annual Report for the Year 1872-1898. N. H. 

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The Geology of Minnesota, Vol. I-VI, of the Final Report, 1884-1901. 
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Report on the Geological Age of the Mississippi Delta, by E. W. Hilgard. 
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Mississippian Formations in the Rio Grande Valley. 

By C. H. Gordon. Am. Jour, of Science, Vol. XXIV, 1907. 
Mississippi Geological Survey. 

Report on the Geology and Agriculture of the State of Mississippi, by 
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Mississippi State Geological Survey. 

Bulletin, No. 1-4, 1907-08. 
Missouri, a Sketch of the University of the State of. 

By Thos. J. Lowry. 
Missouri Bureau of Geology and Mines. 
New Year Announcement. 

Biennial Report of the State Geologist 1889-1907, Transmitted by the 
Bur. of Geol. and Mines to the Thirty-sixth General Assembly, 1891. 
New Year Announcement of the Bureau of Geology and Mines of Mis- 
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Reports, Vol. I, 1909. 
Missouri Botanical Garden. 

Annual Report, 1890-1908, 1909, 1910, Vol. I-XXI. 
Missouri Geological Survey. 

Bevier Sheet, Including Portions of Macon, Randolph and Chariton Coun- 
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Bulletin, No. 1-5, 1890-91. 
First Fifth Report of Progress of the Geological Survey of Missouri, 

by G. C. Swallow, 1855-61. 
Industrial Report on Lead, Zinc and Iron. Together with Notes on Shan- 
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Iron Mountain Sheet, Including Portions of Iron, St. Francois and Mad- 
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Preliminary Report on the Coal Deposits of Missouri, from Field Work 
Prosecuted During the Years 1890 and 1891, by Arthur Winslow, 1891. 
Preliminary Report on the Iron Ores and Coal Fields from the Field 

Work of 1872, 1873. 
Reports, Vol. I-XIII, 1891-1900. 
Report of the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, Including 

Field Work of 1873-1874. Garland C. Broadhead, State Geologist. 
Report on the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, 1855-1871, by 

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Memoir of the Late Professor of Chemistry, Mineralogy and Geology, in 
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Mitchell, Evelyn Groesbeck. 

Mosquito Life, Putnam, 1907. 
Mitchell, Mrs. Lucy Myers (Wright). 

History of Ancient Sculpture, Dodd, 1905. 
Mites and Lice on Poultry. 

Circular, No. 92, Bur. of Entomology. U. S. Dept. of Agriculture. 
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Birds: The Elements of Ornithology, R. H. Porter, 1892. 
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Fairhaven Gold Placers, Seward Peninsula, Alaska. U. S. G. S. Bulletin' 

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Mineral Resources of Kenai Peninsula, Alaska. Gold Fields of the 
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Mineral Resources of the Kotsina-Chitina Region, Alaska, by F. H. Mof- 
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Washing and Cooking Tests of Coal and Cupola Tests of Coke, conducted 

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Mollusca of Santa Barbara County, California. 

By L. G. Yates. From Bulletin No. 2, Santa B. Soc Nat. Hist., 1890. 

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Cambridge Natural History, Vol. Ill, by Rev. A. H. Cooke. Macmillan, 
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MOLLUSKS. 

Description of Salpa Cabotti, by Alexander Agassiz, 1866. 

Duplicate Shells Collected by the U. S. Exploring Expedition, Under 

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Mollusks, Fossil. 

The Tertiary and Quaternary Pectens of California, by Ralph Arnold. 

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Recherches sur les Terrains Anciens des Asturies et de la Galice, by 

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Monograph of the Fossil Malacostracous Crustacea of Great Britain, by 

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Palaeontological Report of Coal Measure Mollusca, made by Edward T. 

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Monograph of the Eocene Mollusca; or. Descriptions of Shells from the 

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The Lower Cretaceous Gryphaeas of the Texas Region, by Robert T. Hill 

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Recherches sur les Animaux Fossiles Monographic des Genres Productus 
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Monograph on the Mollusca from the Great Oolite, Chiefly from the Min- 
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On the Relation of the Laramie Molluscan Fauna to That of the Succeed- 
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A Review of the Non-Marine Fossil Mollusca of North America, by 
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Brachiopoda and Lamellibranchiata of the Raritan Clays and Green- 
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Gasteropoda and Cephalopoda of the Raritan Clays and Greensand 
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Mollusca and Crustacea of the Miocene Formations of New Jersey, by 
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A Monograph of Crag Mollusca, by S. V. Wood. 2 Pt. Palaeontograph- 
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Monograph on the Eocene Mollusca. by S. V. Wood. Palaeontological 
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Monograph of the Eocene Mollusca; or, Description of Shells from the 
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Manual of the Mollusca; or, A Rudimentary Treatise of Recent and 
Fossil Shells, by S. P. Woodward. Weale, 1851. 

See, also, Oysters. 
Molybdenum. 

Tungsten, Molybdenum, Uranium and Vanadium in the United States 
bv Joseph Hyde Pratt. From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S. 
1899-1900. 

MONATSBEBICHTE. 

Deutschen (]<<>l<i</ischen Gesellschaft. 1907-1910. 

MONAZITE, NOBTH CABOLINA. 

Monazite and Monazite Deposits in North Carolina, by Henry B'. C. 
Nitze. N. C. Geol. Sur. Bulletin No. 9, 1891. 
Monongalia County, West Virginia. 

By .1. J. Stevenson. 1871. 
Monogbapht of the Family Unionidae. 

By T. A. Conrad. Acad. Nat. Sciences of Phila., 1836. 
MONOGBAPH OI THE GeOMETBTD MOTHS. 

By A. 8. Packard. U. S. G. S. of the Territories, Vol. X, 1876. 



297 

Monographs of Nobth American Rodentia. 

By Elliott Coues and J. A. Allen. Report U. S. G. S. of the Territories, 

Vol. XI, 1877. 
Montague, G. H. 

The Rise and Progress of the Standard Oil Co. 
Montana. 

Boundaries. Survey of the Boundary Line- Between Idaho and Montana, 

from the International Boundary to the Crest of the Bitterroot Moun- 
tains, by Richard Urquhart Goode. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 170, 1900. 
Coal and Lignite Deposits, by Jesse P. Rowe. University of Montana 

Bulletin No. 37, 1906. 
Montana, University Of. 

Montana Coal and Lignite Deposits. 
Montelius, Oscar. 

Catalogue Musee des Antiquites Rationales. 
Mooney, James. 

The Siouan Tribes of the East, by James Mooney. U. S. Bur. of Amer. 

Ethnology Bulletin No. 22, 1894. 
Moon, J. H. 

Why Friends (Quakers) Do Not Baptize with Water. 
Moore, F. Cushing. 

Mining Laws of the State of Idaho. 1909. 
Moore, Philip North. 

Iron Manufacture of the Kentucky Division of the Hanging Rock Iron 

Region. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
On the Geology of Hancock County. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Geology of a Section from near Campion, Wolfe County, 

to the Mouth of Troublesome Creek, Breathitt County. Ky. Geol. Sur., 

1873-1891. 
Report of the Geological Survey of the State of Missouri, Including 

Field Work of 1873-1874, by G. C. Broadhead. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1874. 
Report on the Geology of the Nolin River District, Embracing Portions 

of Grayson, Edmondson. Hart and Butler Counties. Ky. Geol. Sur., 

1873-1891. 
Report on the Iron Ores and the Iron Manufacture of the Kentucky Red 

River Iron Region. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Iron Ores in the Vicinity of Cumberland Gap. Ky. Geol. 

Sur., 1873-1891. 
Report on the Iron Ores of Greenup, Boyd and Carter Counties, the Ken- 
tucky Division of the Hanging Rock Iron Region. Ky. Geol. Sur., 

1873-1891. 
Report Upon the Airdrie Furnace and Property, Muhlenburg County, 

Kentucky. Ky. Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Moore, W. L*. 

Report on "the Influence of Forests on Climate and on Floods." House 

of Representatives, U. S. Com. of Agriculture, 1910. 
Moraines. 

The Drumlins of Southeastern Wisconsin (preliminary paper), by Wil- 
liam C. Alden. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 273, 1905. 
Moraines of Southeastern South Dakota and Their Attendant Deposits, 

by James Edward Todd. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 158, 1899. 
Moraines of the Missouri Coteau, and Their Attendant Deposits, by 

James Edward Todc\ U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 158, 1899. 
Moraines of the Missouri Coteau, and Their Attendant Deposits, by 

James Edward Todd. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 144, 1896. 
Drift Deposits of the Northwest, by N. H. Winchell. Appleton, 1873. 
Notes on the Drift Soils of Minnesota, by N. H. Winchell, 1873. 
Glacial Boundary in Western Pennsylvania, Ohio, Kentucky, Indiana 

and Illinois, by George Frederick Wright. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 58, 

1890. 
See, also, Glacial Epoch. 



298 

Morch, 0. L. A. 

Fortegnelese Over Gronlands Bloddyr. Kleins, 1857. 
Morgan, Lewis. 

Circular in Reference to the Degree of Relationship Among Different 

Nations, 1860. Smiths. Misc. Col. 
Houses and House-life of the American Aborigines. Contributions to 
North American Ethnology, Vol. IV, U. S. Geol. and Geog. Survey of 
the Rocky Mountains. 
Morgan, J. J. 

Megathyrides, Ext. du Bulletin de la Soc. Zool. de France, 1883. 
Mormonism. 

Expedition to the Valley of the Great Salt Lake of Utah, including a 
Description of its Geography, Natural History and Minerals, and an 
Analysis of its Waters, with an Authentic Account of the Mormon Set- 
tlement, by Howard Stansbury. Lippincott, 1855. 
Morphology of the Carinae Up On the Septa of Rugose Corals. 

By Mary E. Holmes. Boston, 1887. 
Morris, John Gottlieb. 

Catalogue of the Described Lepidoptera of North America. Smiths. 

Misc. Col., Vol. Ill, 1860. 
Monograph on the Mollusca from the Great Oolite, Chiefly from Minchin- 
hampton and the Coast of Yorkshire, by J. Morris and Lycett, John. 
Printed for the Palaeontographical Soc, London, 1850-53. 
Synopsis of the Described Lepidoptera of North America. Smiths. Misc. 
Col., 1862. 
Morse, Albert Pitts. 

An Ecological Survey in Northern Michigan. Prepared under the direc- 
tion of C. C. Adams. 
Morse, E. S. 

Remarks on the Relations of Anomia. 

Terrestrial Pulmonifera of Maine. Jour. Portland Soc. Nat. Hist. 
Mortillet, Gabriel. 

Etudes Geologiques. 
Mortillet, Louis Laure.xt, Gabriel de. 

Materiaux Pour VHistoire Positive et Philosophique deV Homme, 1865-66. 
Moses, A. J. and C. L. Parsons. 

Mineralogy, Crystallography and Blowpipe Analysis. 
Mosquito. 

See Parasites. 
Mosses. 

Structure and Development of Mosses and Ferns, by D. H. Campbell. 

Macmillan, 1905. 
See, also, Algae. 
Moths. 

The Moth Book, by W. J. Holland, 1905. Doubleday. 

Special Report on the Work of Extermination of the Ocneria Dispar or 

Gypsy Moth, by Mass. State Board of Agriculture. Wright, 1892. 
Catalogue of the Described Lepidoptera of North America, by J. G. Mor- 
ris. Smiths. Misc. Col., 1860. 
Catalogue, Bibliographical and SynonymAcal, of the Species of Moths of 
the Lepidopterous Superfamily Noctuidae, Found in Boreal America, 
by John B. Smith. U. S. Nat. Museum, Bulletin No. 44, 1893. 
See, also, Lepidoptera. 
Moulton, FOBEST Ray. 

An Introduction to Astronomy. Macmillan. 1908. 



299 

Mound Builders. 

By George Bryce. 

Archaeological History of Ohio, the Mound Builders and Later Indians. 

by Gerard Fowke. Ohio State Archaeological and Hist. Soc, 1902. 
Mound Builders, Together with an Investigation Into the Archaeology 

of Butler County, Ohio, by J. P. MacLean. Robert Clarke, 1904. 
Introduction to the Study of North American Archaeology, by Cyrus 

Thomas, 1903. 
See, also, Indians, U. S. 
Mounds. 

Catalogue of Pre-historic Works East of the Rocky Mountains, by Cyrus 

Thomas. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, Bulletin No. 12, 1891. 
Circular, Square and Octagonal Earthworks of Ohio, by Cyrus Thomas. 

. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, Bulletin No. 10, 1889. 
Ohio. Problem, of the Ohio Mounds, by Cyrus Thomas. U. S. Bur. of 

Amer. Ethnology, Bulletin No. 8, 1889. 
Work in Mound Exploration of the Bureau of Ethnology, by Cyrus 
Thomas. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology, 1887. Bui. 4. 
Mound of Pogonomyrmex Badius Latrl. 

By C. H. Turner. Reprinted from Bio. Bulletin, Vol. XVII, 1909. 
Mount Rainier Forest Reserve, Washington. 

The Mount Rainier Forest Reserve, Washington, by Fred G. Plummer. 

From the 21st Annual Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
Glaciers of Mount Rainier, by Israel Cook Russell; With a Paper on the 
Rocks of Mount Rainer, by George Otis Smith. From the 18th Annual 
Report of the U. S. G. S., 1896-97. 
Mountains. 

See also, Geology; Physical Geography; Volcanoes; also Names of 
Mountains. 
Mourlon, M. 

Psammites du Condroz. 
Referendum Bibliographique. 
Muixer, Erm. 

Application of the Darwinian Theory to Flowers and the Insects which 
Visit Them. 
Muller, Frederick & Cie. 

Histoire des Savants Bibliographic Amsterdam. 
Mummies. 

The Mummy, Chapter on Egyptian Funeral Archaeology, by E. A. W. 
Budge. University Press, 1894. 
Minn, Malcolm J. 

Geology of Oil and Gas Fields in Steubenville, Burgettstown, and Clays- 
ville Quadrangles, Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania, by W. T. 
Griswold and M. J. Munn. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 318, 1907. 
Murchison, R. I. 

Instructions. Irish Branch of Her Majesty's Geol. Sur. 
Russia and the Ural Mountains, Vol. I, Geology. 
Russia and the Ural Mountains, Vol. II, Palaeontology. 
Murphy, Edward Charles. 

Accuracy of Stream Measurements, U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 

64, 1902. 
Accuracy of Stream Measurements, 2d Ed. U. S. G. S, Water-supply 

Paper No. 95, 1904. 
Hydrographic Manual of the United States Geological Survey, prepared 
by Edward C. Murphy, John C. Hoyt and George B. Hollister. U. S. 
G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 94, 1904. 
U. S. G. S. Destructive Floods in the United States in 1903. Water- 
supply Paper Nos. 96, 147, 162, 1904. 
Weir Experiments, Co-Efficients and Formulas, (Revision of Paper No. 
150), by Robert E. Horton. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 200 
1907. 



300 

Murphy, Edward Charles — Concluded. 

Windmill; Its Efficiency and Economic Use. U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
Paper Nos. 41-42, 1901. 

Windmills for Irrigation. U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 8, 1897. 
Murray, A. 

Report Upon the Geological Survey of Newfoundland for the Year 1872. 
Murrish, John. 

Wisconsin. Report on the Geological Survey, 1872. 
Musee des Antiquities Nationales de Stockholm. 

By Oscar Montelius. Stockholm, 1899. 
Musee d'Histoire Naturelle. 

See Paris — Musee d'Histoire Naturelle. 
Musee Royal d'Histoire Naturelle de Belgique, Brussels. 

Bulletin, 1882-88, Vols. I-V. Hayez, 1882-88. 
Musee Social. 

Annates, Nos. 3, 5, 12, Paris, 1902-03. 

Memoires and Documents, Nos. 3, 6, 10, Paris. 
Musee Teyler. 

Archives, Vol. IV-X, 1896-1910. 
Museo Nacional de el Salvador. 

Produccion Agricola. Catalogue 4, 1910. 
Museo Nacional de Buenos Aires. 

Anales, 1895-1899. 

Communicaciones, Vol. I, 1898-1901. 
Museo Nacional. 

Anales. 
Museo Nacional de Montevideo. 

Anales, 1896-1907, Vols. I-VT. 

Anales Seccion Historico. Vol. II, 1904-05. 
Museum Nacional de Rio de Janeiro. 

Revista. Vols. I-IX. Imprensa Nacional, 1895. 
Museum Brooklyn Institute Arts and Sciences. 

Report, for the Years, 1904, 1905, 1906, 1907, 1908. 

Science Bulletin, Vol. I. 
Museum des Koenigl, Bayer, Staates. 

Palaeontologische Mittheilungen, Begonnen von Dr. Albert Appel, Fort- 
gesetzt von Dr. K. A. Zittel. Von Ebner, 1868-84. 
Museum Journal. 

E. Haworth. London, 1901. 
Museum. 

Report Upon Certain Museums for Technology, Science and Art, also 
Upon Scientific Professional and Technical Instruction and Systems 
of Evening Classes in Great Britain and on the Continent of Europe, 
by Archibald Liversidge. Richards, 1880. 
Museum News. 

Brooklyn Institute Arts and Sciences, Vol. I. 
Museum National de Rio de Janeiro. Au Bresil. 

By L. Netto, 1889. 

Archives, Vol. I-VIII, X-XIII, 1876-1905. 
Museum National d'Histoire Naturelle. 

Bulletin, 1887-1901, 1903-1907, 1909, 1910. 

M I JSKl M NOKM A N I A NUM. 

Catalogue Invertebrata. 
Mi si.i \i (ii Natural History, Sprtngfield, Mass. 

Report, L903-1904. 

New South Wales. Museum Geol. Sur. Handbook to the Mining and 
Geological Museum. Sydney, by George W. Card. Gullick, 1902. 
\Ii -i i \i Pi Bl [< .vi ions. 

New York State Educational Department. 19 in. 



301 

Museums, Philadelphia. 

The Value of the Grounds and Buildings of the Philadelphia Museums. 

See also, Exhibitions; also Names of Museums. 
Mushrooms. 

The Mushroom, by M. E. Hard. Ohio Library Co., 1908. 

Preliminary Report on the Hymeniales of Connecticut, by Edward Albert 
White. Conn. Geol. and Nat. Hist. Sur., Bulletin No. 3, 1905. 

Twelve Edible in the United States. U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, Divi- 
sion of Microscopy. 

See also Fungi. 

MUSKHOGEAN LANGUAGES. 

Bibliography of the Muskhogean Languages, by James Constantine 
Pilling. U. S. Bur. of Amer. Ethnology Bulletin No. 9, 1889. 
Mycological Notes. 

By C. G. Lloyd, 1899, No. 4-6, 8-14, 19-26. 
Mycologist, Report of the. 

U. S. Dept. of Agriculture, annual report for 1886. 
Myers, William Shields. 

Chlorine in the Natural Waters of the State, by W. S. Myers. N. J. 
Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Myriopoda. 

Index to the Known Fossil Insects of the World, Including Myriapods 
and Arachnids, by Samuel Hubbard Scudder. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 
71, 1891. 
Systematic Review of our Present Knowledge of Fossil Insects, Includ- 
ing Myriapods and Arachnids, by S. H. Scudder. U. S. G. S. Bulletin 
No. 31, 1886. 
Mystic Worker. 

January, February and March, 1910. 
Mythology. 

Primitive Culture, by E. B. Tylor, 1889, Vol. T. 
See also, Folk-lore; Indians. 

N 

Names, Geographical. 

Alaskan Geographic Names, by Marcus Baker. From the 21st Annual 

Report of the U. S. G. S., 1899-1900. 
The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States, bv Henry Gan- 
nett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 197, 1902. 
The Origin of Certain Place Names in the United States, 2d ed., by 
Henry Gannett. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 258, 1905. 
Napoli, Societa di Naturalist. 

See Societa di Naturalist, Napoli. 
Name Newark in American Stratigraphy. 

By G. K. Gilbert and B. S. Lyman. 
Nason, Frank Lewis. 

Geological Studies of the Archean Rocks. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Iron Mines. Notes on the Active Iron Mines. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Post-archean Age of the White Limestones of Sussex County, N. J. N. J. 

Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Report on the Iron Mountain Sheet, Including Portions of Iron, St. 
Francois and Madison Counties, by Arthur Winslow. Erasmus Ha- 
worth and F. L. Nason. Mo. Geol. Sur., 1894. 
The Triassic Rocks, or the Red Sandstones of New Jersey. N. J. Geol. 
Sur., 1863. 
Nathorst, A. G. 

Paleontology. Kongl. Svenska Vet. Akad. Handlingar, Vol. XVIII. 



302 

National Academy of Sciences. 

Annual Report, 1880, 1882, 1883, 1884, 1886. 
Biographical Memoirs, 1877-86, Vol. I-II. 
• Constitution and Membership, June 10, 1885 and June 7. 1887. 
Constitution and Rules. 
Proceedings, 1877, Vol. I. 
Memoirs, 1883-86, Vol. II-III. 

Structure of the Columella Auris in the Pelycosauria, Vol. Ill, by E. D. 
Cope, 1884. 
National Bureau of Education. 

By Alex. Shires. Prepared under the direction of the Commissioner of 
Education, 1875. 
National Committee of Audubon Societies. 

Educational Leaflet, Nos. 1-9. 
National Geographic Magazine. 
1905-date, Vol. 16-date. 
Vol. XX, XXI, XXII, 1909-1911. 
Nations, The Struggle of the. 

By G. Maspero, 1896. 
Natural History. 

Annual Report American Museum, of Natural History, 1884-98, 1900-07. 

Foster, 1885-1908. 
Bulletin, 1881, 1907, Vol. I-XXIII, American Museum of Natural History. 
Directions for Collecting, Preserving and Transporting Specimens of 

Natural History, hy S. F. Baird. Ed. 3. Smith. Mis. Col., 1859. 
Bulletin, No. 1-12, 1903-08. Connecticut Geol. and Natural History Sur- 
vey. 
Natural History, Mexico. 

Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States, a Descriptive 
Catalogue of the Species of Mammals Occurring in that Region; with 
a General Summary of the Natural History, and a List of Trees, by 
Edgar A. Mearns. U. S. National Museum, Bulletin No. 56, 1907. 
Natural History, New Jersey. 

Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey. N. J. Geol. 

Sur., 1857. 
Notes on the Natural History of East Finmark, by A. M. Norman, 1902. 
Natural History, Of the Crinoidea. 

By J. S. Miller. Bristol, 1821. 
Natural History Society and Field Club, Northampton. 

Notes on the Polyzoa of Caen and Ranville now Preserved in the North- 
ampton Museum, by George Robert Vine, 1888. 
Natural History, Southwest. 

Mammals of the Mexican Boundary of the United States. A Descriptive 
Catalogue, etc., by Edgar A. Mearns. U. S. National Museum Bulletin 
No. 56, 1907. 
See also Biology; Botany; Chemistry; Evolution; Geology; Man; Min- 
eralogy; Nature Study; Ocean; Paleontology; Physical Geography; 
Science; Taxidermy; Zoology. 
Natural Science. 

Vol. XIV, 1899. 
Naturlist's Leisure Hon: am> Monthly Bulletin. 

By A. E. Poote. Nos. MS, 150, LSI. 
Naturalists' Universal Directory, 1905. 

By S. 10. Casslno. 
Nature. 

Vol. XXII, Xo. 15. 
x a i ure-Study Review. 

Vol. IV, VI, VII, L910-1911. 
Naturforscher-Veretns zu Riga. L888. 



303 

Natubhistorischen Gesellschaft 50, Bis 54, Jahresbertcht. 

By W. Peets. Hanover, 1905. 
Natubwissenschaftlichen Gesellschaft, St. Gall. 

Bericht uber die Tatigkeit der St. Gallischcn Gesell. Wahrend des Ver- 

einsjahres 1900-1901. Zollikofer, 1902. 
Jahrbuch der St. Gallischen Gesell. fur das Vercinsjahr 1903. Zollikofer, 
1904. 
Nautilas. 

A Monthly Journal Devoted to the Interests of Conchologists. May, 

1899; April, 1892. Vol. III-V. Phil. K. A. Pilsbry. 1889-1892. 
Vol. VI, 1892-93. 
Xavy Publishing Co. 
Nebraska, Agriculture, State Board Of. 

Annual Report. 1891. 
Nebraska, Final Report on United States Geological Survey, 1872. 
Nebraska, State Geologist. 

Report of the Geologist. 1890-1901. 
Needham, James George. 

Directions for Collecting and Rearing Dragon Flies, Stone Flies and 
May Flies. Bulletin No. 39 of the U. S. National Museum, 1899. 
Nelson, Gaylord. 

Preliminary Report on the Mineral Resources of Oklahoma, by Chas. 
N. Gould, L. L. Hutchison and Gaylord Nelson. Okla. Geol. Sur. Bull. 
No. 1, 1908. 
Nelson, E. W. 

Fisheries of Chicago and Vicinity. 
Nests. 

Instruction in Reference to Collecting Nests and Eggs of North Ameri- 
can Birds. Smiths. Misc. Col. 139, 1860. 
See, also, Birds; Eggs. 
Nettelroth, Henry. 

Kentucky Fossil Shells; a Monograph of the Fossil Shells of the Silurian 
and Devonian Rocks of Kentucky, by Henry Nettleroth, 1889. Ky. 
Geol. Sur., 1873-1891. 
Netto, L. 

Museum National Rio de Janeiro, au Bresil. 
Xeuchatel, Societe Neuchateloise des Sciences Natuuelles. 

See Societe Neuchateloise des Sciences Naturelles, Neuchatel. 
Neue Bettrage zur Kenntntss der Fauna. 

By Emanuel Kayser. Berlin, 1883-1885. 
Nei roptera. 

Directions for Collecting and Rearing Dragon Flies, Stone Flics and 
May Flies, by James G. Needham. Bulletin No. 39 U. S. National 
Museum, 1899. 
Nevada Historical Society. 

Second Biennial Report. 1909-1910. 
Nevada State Mineralogist. 

Biennial Report of the State Mineralogist of the State of Nevada for 
1877 and 1878. 
Newberry, J. S. 

Deposition of Ores. 

Edestus. Annals N. Y. Acad. Sci., Vol. IX, 1888. 

Flora of the Amboy Clays. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XXIV, 1895. 

Fossil Fishes and Fossil Plants of the Triassic Rocks of Neiv Jersey and 

the Connecticut Valley. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XIV, 1888. 
Fossil Fish from the Trias. Annals N. Y. Acad. Sci., Vol. I. 
Geology and Botany. Annals N. Y. Acad. Sci., Vol. Ill, 1884. 
Later Extinct Floras of North America. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. 

XXXV, 1898. 
Notes on the Surface Geology of the Basin of the Great Lakes. From 
Proceed. Boston Soc. of Nat. Hist., Vol. IX, 1862. 



304. 

Newberry, J. S. — Concluded. 

Ohio. Report of Progress in 1869. 

Paleozoic Fishes of North America. U. S. G. S. Monographs, Vol. XVI, 

1899. 
Report on the Economical Geology of the Route of the Ashtabula and 

New Lisbon Railroad. Made November 1, 1856. Cowles, 1857. 
Reports on the Geology, Botany and Zoology of Northern California and 

Oregon. 1857. 
Report on the State House Well. 1860. 
Rock Oils of Ohio. 
Structure and Relations of Dinichthys, with Descriptions of Some Other 

New Fossil Fishes. Report of Geol. Sur. Ohio, 1875. 
Surface Geology of Ohio. Ohio Geol. Sur., Vol. II, 1874. 
Newberry Library. 

Report of the Trustees. 1895, 1898. 
New Carboniferous Fossils. 

By Wm. F. E. Gurley. Bulletin No. 1, 2, 1883, 1884. 
Newcomb, Simon. 

The Stars; a Study of the Universe. Putnam, 1906. 
New Creations in Plant Life. 

By W. S. Harwood. Macmillan, 1907. 
New Crinoid from the Southern Sea. 

By P. H. Carpenter. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc, 1883. 
New Earth, The. 

By W. S. Harwood. Recital of the Triumphs of Modern Agriculture in 
America. Macmillan, 1906. 
Newell, Frederick Haynes. 

Hydrography of the Arid Regions. From the 12th Annual Report of the 

U. S. G. S., 1890-91. 
Proceedings of First Conference of Engineers of the Reclamation Service 
(with accompanying papers). U. S. G. S. Water-supply Paper No. 93, 
1904. 
Proceedings of Second Conference of Engineers of the Reclamation 
Service (with accompanying papers). U. S. G. S. Water-supply 
Paper No. 146, 1905. 
Public Land and Their Water Supply. From the 16th Annual Report of 

the U. S. G. S., 1894-95. 
U. S. G. S. Report of Progress of Stream Measurements for 1896- 
1900. From the 18th-22d Annual Reports of the U. S. G. S., 1896-1901. 
Report of Progress of the Division of Hydrography for the Calendar 

Years 1893-1895. U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 131, 140, 1895-96. 
Results of Stream Measurements. From the 14th Annual Report of the 

director of the U. S. G. S., 1892-93. 
Operations at River Stations, • 1897-1901. U. S. G. S. Water-supplv 

Papers No. 15, 16, 27-28, 35-39, 47-52, 65-66. 
U. S. G. S. Report of Progress of Stream Measurements for 1901-1905. 
Water Supply for Irrigation. From the 13th Annual Report of the 
director of the U. S. G. S., 1891-92. 
Xi;w England Mutual Life Insubance Com any. 

Sixty-sixth Annual Report. 1910. 
New Fossil Genus Belonging to the Family Blastoidea. 

By B. F. Shumard and L. P. Yandell. 1856. 
Newfoundland Geological Survey. 

By J. B. Jukes. General report during the years 1839-1840. 
By A. Murray. Report for the year 1872. 
New Hampshire Geoloohal Survey. 

Annual Report. 18<;9-72. Vol. I-V. Clarke, 1869-70. Moore, 1871-73. 
\'i:\v I \ i 'EB national Encyclopedia. 
Vol. T-XTII. 



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New International Year Book, 1909. 

By P. M. Colby and A. L. Churchill. 
New Jersey, Boundary. 

Report on a Survey of the Boundary Line Between New Jersey and 

New York, Made in July and August, 1874. George H. Cook, State 

Geologist. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
New Jersey, Climate. 

Climate of New Jersey. By John C. Smock. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
New Jersey, Description and Travel. 

Physical Description of New Jersey. By C. Clarkson Vermeule. N. J. 

Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Topographical Survey. Mr. Vermeule's report. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Geographic Dictionary of New Jersey, by Henry Gannett. Dept. of the 

Interior. Bulletin of the U. S. G. S. No. 118, 1894. 
New Jersey, Geological Survey. 

Annual Report of the State Geologist. 1863-1908. 

Brief Account of Fossil Fishes. The Triassic Fishes of New Jersey. 

By C. R. Eastman. From the annual report of the State Geologist for 

1904. 
Final Report of the State Geologist. Vol. I. 1863. 
First Third Annual Report of the Geological Survey of the State of New 

Jersey. 1854-1856. 
Geologic Map of Part of New Jersey to Illustrate Whitfield's Paleon- 
tology. 1863. 
Geology of the County of Cape May, State of New Jersey. N. J. G. S., 

1857. 
Historical Notes on the Geological Surveys of New Jersey. Annual 

report, 1864. 
Map of the Clay District of Middlesex County, Showing Location of 

Beds of Stoneware, Clay, Kaolin and Fire Clay. George H. Cook, 

State Geologist, 1877. 
Map of the Extinct Lake Passaic, Showing Its Outline, the Position of 

the Present Shore Features and the Deformation Which Its Shores 

Have Suffered. Prepared by R. D. Salisbury and Henry B. Kummel. 

N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
Maps. 1874. 
Report on a Survey of the Boundary Line Between New Jersey and 

New York. Made in July and August, 1874. 
Report on Paleontology . 1863. 
Report on the Clay Deposits of Woodoridge, South Amooy and Other 

Places in New Jersey, Together with Their Uses for Fire Brick, 

Pottery. N. J. Geol. Sur., 1863. 
New Jersey, Geology. 

Geology of New Jersey. By authority of the Legislature. George H. 

Cook, State Geologist. 1868. 
New Jersey, Mineralogy. 

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Lower Cretaceous Oryphaeas of the Texas Region, by Robert Thomas 

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Paleontology, Ireland. 

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Paleontology, Kentucky. 

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Geology of the McAlester-Lehigh Coal Field, Indian Territory, by Joseph 
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Paleontology, Rhode Island. 

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Parallele Entre les Depots Siluriens de Boheme et de Scandinavie, by 

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A Monograph of the Silurian Fossils of the Girvin District in Ayrshire, 

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Paleontology of the Malone Jurassic Formation of Texas, by Francis 

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A Brief General Account of Fossil Fishes. The Triassic Fishes of New 

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Paleontology, United States. 

The Mesozoic Echinodermata of the United States, by William Bullock 

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Economic Geology of the Bingham Mining District, Utah, by John Mason 

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an Introduction on General Geology, by Samuel F. Emmons. U. S. 

G. S. Prof. Paper No. 38, 1905. 
Some Insects of Special Interest from Florissant, Colorado, and Other 

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Paleontology, Western States. 

On the Quaternary and Recent Mollusca of the Great Basin, with De- 
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Paleontology, Yellowstone National Park. 

Geology of the Yellowstone National Park, by Arnold Hague and others. 

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See also Geology. 
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By M. Lohest. Liege, 1885. 
Palmer, Chables Follen. 

Inebriety, its Source, Prevention and Cure, Revell, 1898. 
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Geology of Boone County, by S. W. Beyer. Character and Distribution 

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Manufacture of Coke in 1898. U. S. G. S., 1899. 

Preliminary Report on the Operations of the Coal-testing Plant of the 
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Report on the Operations of the Coal-testing Plant of the United States 
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The Potomac River Basin; Geographic History, Rainfall and Stream Flow 
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Peters, William J. 

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Preliminary Report on the Santa Maria Oil District, Santa Barbara 

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Pi i i;oi i i m. Kentucky. 

Report on the Occurrence of Petroleum, Natural Gas and Asphalt Rock 

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Reports of C. H. Gordon on the Port Huron Oil Field, and the Erosion of 

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Paleozoic Section in the Vicinity of Three Forks, Montana, by Albert 

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U. S. G. S. Bulletin No. 110, 1893. 
Petroleum, Ohio. 

The Occurrence and Exploitation of Petroleum and Natural Gas in Ohio, 

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The Berea Grit Oil Sand in the Cadiz Quadrangle, Ohio, by W. T. Gris- 

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Geology of Oil and Gas Fields in Steubenville, Burgettstown, and Clays- 

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Geological Report on Warren County and the Neighboring Oil Regions, 

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The Geology of the Oil Regions of Warren, Venango, Clarion and Butler 

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Petroleum, Texas. 

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